Feb 24, 2020  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog, Volume 78 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog, Volume 78
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BIOL - 010. Topics in Environmental/Population Biology

(3 hours lecture)
3 credit(s)
This course will be offered with emphasis on different topics. The content will be designated by subtitle. Students may take this course more than once with different content. Not open to Biology majors. This course is designed to fulfill part of the School of Science Core requirement for School of Liberal Arts and School of Business students. Examples of special topics include: Principles of Evolution Major evolutionary principles will be analyzed to develop an understanding of human origins. Topics covered include: The history of evolutionary theory, genetic basis of evolution, ecological basis of evolution, and current evolutionary theory.

Principles of Evolution

Major evolutionary principles will be analyzed to develop an understanding of human origins. Topics covered include: This history of evolutionary theory, genetic basis of evolution, ecological basis of evolution, and current evolutionary theory.

Animal Behavior

An evolutionary approach to the study of animal behavior. Topics include an introduction to genetics and evolution, the evolution of behavior, social behavior, reproductive and parental behavior, and competition.

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