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Primate Studies Concentration

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Our Primate Studies programs are largely conducted in Gunung Leuser National Park. The above header appears courtesy of The Leuser Foundation.

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Primate studies concentrations are scheduled to last for a full semester, and are to be located in the primate preserves of Gunung Leuser, Tanjung Puting, Kutai, Gede Pangrango National Park, etc. Primates studied live in their natural habitats will include the orangutan, long tailed macaque, tarsier, gibbon, etc. Emphasis will be on the behaviors and interactions of the primates, as well as their biological singularities and their interrelation with man and the environment, both from a universal and local perspective. The primate studies concentration will cost $3,850 per semester per enrollee.

Primate Studies Credits:  

 

General Primate Studies & Conservation                                   4

 

Primate Sociology/Anthropology                                                4

 

Orangutan Studies & Conservation                                           4

 

Thomas Leaf Monkey  Studies                                                                                        4

 

Lesser Primate Studies                                                               4

 

Primate Linguistics                                                                    4

 

Total:                                                                                         24

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Batavia University
Indra Valley Inn
Bukit Lawang, North Sumatra, Indonesia
Near the Entrance to Gunung Leuser National Park and Bohorok Orangutan Rehabilitation Center
 
Central Administrative Office in Harapan Baru, West Bekasi, Indonesia
 
We are affiliated with the Global Institute
 
For more information please contact us at info@bataviauniversity.indo.cc   or +62-(61) 777 98115

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