Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (BIO 380*)
Vertebrate Anatomy and Morphology (BIO 680*)
*Co-listed: BIO 380 students take lecture and lab; BIO 680 students take lecture plus complete an additional project
BIO 380 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy [catalog description]
Prerequisite: BIO 121 and BIO 122.
Vertebrate gross anatomy. Phylogeny and present status of organ systems of vertebrates. Shark, mud puppy and cat serve as principal sources for laboratory exercises. May be taught concurrently with BIO 680. Cannot receive credit for both BIO 380 and BIO 680. Supplemental course fee.
Credit hours: 5 Lecture contact hours: 2 Lab contact hours: 6 Typically offered: Fall
BIO 680 Vertebrate Anatomy and Evolution [catalog description]
Vertebrate gross anatomy. Phylogeny and present status of organ systems in vertebrates. May be taught concurrently with BIO 380. Cannot receive credit for both BIO 380 and BIO 680.
Credit hours: 2 Lecture contact hours: 2 Lab contact hours: 0 Typically offered: Fall
Behavioral Ecology (BIO 578/678)
BIO 578 Behavioral Ecology [catalog description]
Recommended Prerequisite: BIO 369 and BIO 550. Fundamental principles of animal behavior with an emphasis on the study of the ecological and evolutionary processes that influence behavior. May be taught concurrently with BIO 678. Cannot receive credit for both BIO 678 and BIO 578. Public Affairs Capstone Experience course.
Credit hours: 4 Lecture contact hours: 3 Lab contact hours: 2 Typically offered: Spring