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Ecological Principles: Applications to Conservation

BIOL203

Description

In this course, students will explore key concepts of ecology. The course emphasizes concepts applicable to understanding and mitigating impacts of climate change, human activities, and invasive species on ecological systems, as well as other concepts underlying conservation ecology and management of wildlife species. Through course activities focused around practical application of concepts, students will gain a basic understanding of evolution, autecology, population ecology, community ecology, and ecosystem ecology.
Pre Reqs:
MATH 201 Statistics for Environmental Professionals
BIOL 105 Biological Diversity, Ecology, and Evolution

Dates

May 20, 2024 — Jun 23, 2024

Jul 15, 2024 — Aug 18, 2024

Aug 26, 2024 — Sep 29, 2024

Oct 7, 2024 — Nov 10, 2024

Nov 18, 2024 — Dec 22, 2024

Jan 13, 2025 — Feb 16, 2025

Feb 24, 2025 — Mar 30, 2025

Apr 7, 2025 — May 11, 2025

May 19, 2025 — Jun 22, 2025

Location

Distance Education - Online

Registration Information

For credit cost: $1410