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BIO 340 - Conservation Biology

The class will explore a wide range of important, and pertinent topics in Conservation Biology. It will begin by defining Conservation Biology and discuss the current threats to biodiversity. This class will discuss the need for global conservation, and through case studies and current examples, investigate the many different realms of Conservation Biology. This class is rooted in Biology, but no Conservation Biology is complete without conversations about policy, economics, sociology and anthropology.

Prerequisite: BIO124/125

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $70.00

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