Course Schedule and Fees

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Winter Session 2015
Date Course Title Instructors Location
January 1 - January 15, 2015 Methods in Primate Behavior and Conservation Kim Dingess (Course Coordinator)
Anthropology, Indiana University
Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica
Summer Session 2015
Date Course Title Instructors Location
June 15 - July 10, 2015 Primate Behavior and Conservation Kim Dingess (Course Coordinator)
Anthropology, Indiana University
Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica
July 24 - August 14, 2015 Natural History, Indigenous Cultures and Conservation Kim Dingess (Course Coordinator)
Anthropology, Indiana University
Colombia

Course Fees and Registration Deadlines

Winter Session 2015 Price Due Date
Methods in Primate Behavior and Conservation $1,800 December 1, 2014
Summer Session 2015 Price Due Date
Primate Behavior and Conservation $3,000 May 15, 2015
Natural History, Indigenous Cultures and Conservation $4,200 May 15, 2015

Course fees include room and board, all within-country transportation, and field trip expenses. The fee does not cover international airfare, university credit fees, meals for your first and last night in San Jose, airport tax, travel insurance or other incidental travel expenses not directly related to the course.

Cancellation Policy:

Course fees must be received by the registration deadline. DANTA reserves the right to cancel a course if enrollment is less than 10 students by the registration deadline. If a participant cancels after the registration deadline, DANTA will refund 40% of the total tuition fee up to 2 weeks prior to the course. After this time no refund is possible.

Registration Fee and Deposit:

A $100 registration fee and $200 deposit are required when you submit your application. Your application will not be processed until this deposit is received. The $200 deposit will be go towards your tuition and is refundable until the registration deadline. However, the $100 registration fee is non-refundable. All payments must be in U.S. currency. Please make checks payable to “DANTA: Association for Conservation of the Tropics”.

Obtaining Credit:

DANTA is a private institution but is likely that you can receive credit through your own university by way of an "independent study." You should arrange an independent study with your professor or advisor prior to arriving in Costa Rica. Your DANTA course instructor will provide an academic transcript to your professor or advisor. Generally, students receive 3-6 credit hours for our month long programs, and 3 credits for the 2 week courses.

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