2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog

BIOL 40353 Wildlife Ecology and Management

Prerequisite: Six semester hours in Biology. Two hour lectures and a three hour laboratory each week. This discussion-oriented course introduces advanced undergraduate students to the general principles of wildlife ecology and how those principles can be applied to wildlife management and conservation. The objectives of this course are 1) to provide an introduction to the major concepts of Wildlife Ecology and Management and 2) to allow you to learn the application of the scientific method to ecological problems. Laboratory exercises are required. (Crosslisted as BIOL/ENSC 40353)