Course Details

BIO330 Ecology

This course examines the interaction of living organisms with each other and their environment. It presents a balanced introduction to ecology-plant, animal, theoretical and applied, physiological and behavioral and population and ecosystem. It combines the fields of natural history, forestry, agriculture, wildlife ecology and taxonomy. Must be taken concurrently with BIO331.

Credit Hours: 4

Prerequisites:  BIO114/115, BIO124/125, and CHM114/115 

Academic Catalog 2010