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BIOL 2710 - Foundations of Biology III with Lab

Description
This is the third course in a foundational sequence for biology majors and is intended to familiarize students with concepts in the modern sciences of ecology, evolution and behavioral biology, providing a solid foundation in the genetics, evolution and dynamics of populations, behavioral ecology, the ecology of interacting species and communities, element cycling and ecosystem dynamics. Experimental design and quantitative analysis are key components of both class and lab. Class meets three hours per week and involves lecture, discussion and case studies. Laboratory involves investigative field research projects conducted by teams of students and meets for three hours each week with additional time as needed. Offered fall semester. Liberal Arts Distribution Requirement: Although this is a lab science course, it does not meet the core liberal arts and sciences laboratory science requirement. Offered in the College for Women. Prerequisites: Satisfactory completion of BIOL 1710 and BIOL 1720 (C- or better) or permission of instructor.
Credits
4
Attributes
Natural Sciences
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019
Offered
TuTh, MWF, Tu, M
Avg. Class Size
10
Avg. Sections
4