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Conservation Ecology

SNRM515

Description

This course presents concepts from multiple biological disciplines, including population ecology, evolutionary biology, genetics, behavioral ecology, sociology, as well as sociology and policy. Discussion illustrates the value of transdisciplinary thinking in solving conservation challenges. Students practice management and conservation problem solving by integration and application of course concepts to real-world case studies with an ecological focus.
Pre Reqs:
College Level : Graduate

Dates

Jun 1, 2020 — Jul 26, 2020

Jan 11, 2021 — Mar 7, 2021

Jun 7, 2021 — Aug 1, 2021

Location

Distance Education - Online

Registration Information

For credit cost: $2610