Graduate Courses

All courses are offered as intensive one or two-week sessions. Participants are in residence at our sustainably built Residential Building, with course activities conducted in our Academic Center, and the surrounding campus of the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Front Royal, VA. Check back here for posting of new courses as they become open for enrollment.

Graduate Courses Open For Enrollment (click on each course name for more information)

Camera Trapping Study Design and Data Analysis… – CONS 697 (June 4-15, 2018)

Non-Invasive Techniques in Wildlife Endocrinology – CONS 697 (July 23-August 3, 2018)

Species Monitoring and Conservation: Migratory Birds – CONS 630 (September 17-28, 2018)

Other Graduate Courses (click on each course name for more information)

Statistics for Ecology and Conservation Biology – CONS 625

Estimating Animal Abundance and Occupancy – CONS 645

Spatial Ecology, Geospatial Analysis, and Remote Sensing for Conservation – CONS 620