Course Catalog: 2014-2015
Course/Title:
EBIO 113-ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS SEMINAR
Repeatable for Credit
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Discussion of environmental crises. Topics vary annually. Cross-list: ENST 113, ESCI 113.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 116-FRESHMAN SEMINAR ON LOCAL BIOLOGY RESEARCH (EEB)
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
A 5-week seminar course to introduce freshmen prospective biologists to the excitement of research at Rice and the Medical Center and to provide context with which to think about facts presented in biosciences textbooks. Small groups will meet weekly with a graduate student or postdoctoral researcher to explore a published research article by a local lab, gaining background information about the subject and exposure to the research techniques. In the final session, the group will tour the lab that produced the featured article. Additional tours and activities TBA. All first-year, non-transfer students are eligible to enroll in EBIO 116/FSEM 116 (formerly BIOS 116) regardless of AP credit. This course meets in the first half of the semester and features research in the Department of Ecology and Environmental Biology. Cross-list: FSEM 116.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 124-INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
This course provides a short introduction to the science of ecology and evolutionary biology. The topics covered include the mechanisms of evolution, the origin of species, the history of life on earth, biodiversity, animal behavior, population and community ecology, ecosystems, and conservation biology.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 202-INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY II
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
The second in a series of two introductory biology courses (BIOC 201, EBIO 202). This course examines the diversity of life, comparative animal physiology, evolution, ecology, and conservation. An emphasis is placed on evolution as a central framework necessary for a complete understanding of modern biology. Group discussions allow students to explore topics in more detail and discover how they are relevant to our everyday lives.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): BIOS 201 OR BIOC 201
EBIO 204-ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY: THE DESIGN & PRACTICE OF COMMUNITY AGRICULTURE
Repeatable for Credit
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
The course introduces the fundamentals of community garden design and practice. Responsibilities will center on developing and improving the Rice Community Garden. A strong emphasis will be on learning and applying ecological principles to the practice of community agriculture. Class has required meetings outside of regular class time. Cross-list: ENST 204.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 213-INTRO LAB MOD ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
Credits: 2
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Experimental, laboratory, and field studies of natural history, ecology, evolution, and animal behavior. Course will begin after Spring Break in the Spring Semester. Class has required meetings outside of regular class time.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 215-BIOS LAB TEACHING
Repeatable for Credit
Credits: 1 TO 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Undergraduate teaching in a biosciences laboratory. Participate in meetings and selected seminars; supervise students in one or more laboratory sections. Provide group and individual instruction to undergraduates during and outside of laboratory classes.
Instructor permission required
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 216-DISCUSSION SECTION TEACHING
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
In this course, undergraduates who have previously excelled in EBIO courses will develop teaching skills by leading discussion sections for the benefit of students presently taking EBIO courses under the guidance of the professor teaching the course.
Instructor permission required
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 270-ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
This course will focus on applied ecosystem topics including relations with state and federal agencies, filed studies, wetland delineations, permitting compliance, and environmental regulations. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: EBIO 570.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 306-INDEPENDENT STUDY FOR ECOLOGY & EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY UNDERGRADUATES
Repeatable for Credit
Credits: 1 TO 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Program of independent study for students with previous training in the biosciences. Includes a research paper. Students are expected to spend at least three hours per week in the laboratory for each semester hour of credit. If receiving two or more credits, students will be required to participate in the university annual undergraduate symposium in the spring semesters.
Instructor permission required
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): BIOS 213 OR EBIO 213
EBIO 316-LAB MODULE IN ECOLOGY
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Field and lab experiments in ecology. Class has required meetings outside of regular class time.
Department permission required
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): BIOS 323 OR EBIO 323 OR BIOS 325 OR EBIO 325
EBIO 317-LAB MODULE IN BEHAVIOR
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Field experiments in behavior. Learn to formulate and test hypotheses on bird behavior using mockingbirds, grackles, and herons nesting on campus. Class has required meetings outside of regular class time.
Department permission required
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): (BIOS 321 OR EBIO 321) AND (BIOS 213 OR EBIO 213)
EBIO 319-TROPICAL FIELD BIOLOGY
Credits: 2
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Examine first-hand the two most diverse ecosystems on earth - the coral reef and the tropical rainforest in this 2-week summer course in the Central American country of Belize. Topics will include the diversity of tropical organisms and habitats, the formation of coral reefs, rainforest ecology, historical biogeography, symbiosis, and conservation of tropical biodiversity. While a background in biology is desirable, individuals lacking this background but having a special interest in the tropics are encouraged to enroll. Students will be responsible for their own transportation and accommodation cost (exact price TBD).
Instructor permission required
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 320-ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION OF BRAZILIAN WETLANDS LABORATORY
Credits: 2
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
This course consists of a 2-week trip to Brazil to examine first-hand the ecology of the largest wetland ecosystem on earth - the Pantanal. Days will be spent in the field making observations and collecting data; lectures in the evenings will cover topics including freshwater ecology, seasonal flooding dynamics, community ecology of wetland species, symbiosis, geology, environmental management, ecotourism, and conservation biology. Recommended Prerequiste(s): EBIO 213
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 321-ANIMAL BEHAVIOR
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Evolutionary theory is used to evaluate behavioral adaptations of organisms to their environment.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): (BIOS 201 OR BIOC 201) AND (BIOS 202 OR EBIO 202)
EBIO 323-CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
The course is designed to give students a broad overview of conservation biology. Lecture and discussions will focus on conservation issues such as biodiversity, extinction, management, sustained yield, invasive species and preserve design. Cross-list: ENST 323.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): (BIOS 201 OR BIOC 201) AND (BIOS 202 OR EBIO 202) or permission of instructor
EBIO 325-ECOLOGY
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course URL: http://owlspace.rice.edu
Study of population dynamics, species interactions, plant and animal community organization, and ecosystem function.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): (BIOS 201 OR BIOC 201) AND (BIOS 202 OR EBIO 202) or permission of instructor
EBIO 326-INSECT BIOLOGY
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
This course addresses contemporary issues in ecology and evolution through the lens of insect diversity. Readings span a broad literature (popular to technical). Writing and oral reports develop proficiency in scientific communication.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 327-BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY LABORATORY
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
This laboratory course in field ecology focuses on the theory and practice of estimating biodiversity. The goals are to acquaint students with basic techniques for field sampling and quantifying biodiversity as well as some aspects of the natural history of south and east Texas. These will be accomplished through four field trips during the first half of the semester and an independent research project to be completed by the end of the semester. Class has required meetings outside of regular class time.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): (BIOS 201 OR BIOC 201) AND (BIOS 202 OR EBIO 202) AND (BIOS 213 OR EBIO 213)
EBIO 328-EVOLUTION OF GENES & GENOMES
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
The course provides an overview of the evolution of genes and genomes. Using many examples, the course introduces databases and the Worldwide Web, and molecular and statistical methods used to study the evolution of genes and genomes. Broad-scale evolutionary patterns and medical applications based on genome analyses are presented.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): (BIOS 201 OR BIOC 201) AND (BIOS 202 OR EBIO 202)
EBIO 329-ANIMAL BIOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
The evolution and systematics of the animal kingdom with consideration of functional anatomy, comparative physiology, behavior, medical implications and resource management.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): (BIOS 201 OR BIOC 201) AND (BIOS 202 OR EBIO 202) or permission of instructor
EBIO 330-INSECT BIOLOGY LAB
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Lab associated with EBIO 326 (formerly BIOS 326). Class has required meetings outside of regular class time. Laboratory and field exercises provide hands-on experience with collection and curation of insect specimens.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): (BIOS 201 OR BIOC 201) AND (BIOS 202 OR EBIO 202) AND (BIOS 213 OR EBIO 213)
Co-requisite: EBIO 326
EBIO 331-BIOLOGY OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
This course gives a broad overview of the biology of infectious diseases using examples from humans, plants, and animals. Topics include diversity of diseases, mechanisms of disease transmission, epidemiology, population regulation, evolution of virulence, disease dynamics in natural communities and disease invasion and conservation biology. Cross-list: BIOC 331.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): (EBIO 213 OR BIOS 213)
EBIO 332-EVOLUTION OF GENES & GENOMES LAB
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
The laboratory course is designed to demonstrate concepts and approaches introduced in the lecture course EBIO 328. The text book remains the same, but the course will heavily rely on the computational exercises provided in the text (called Weblems). Students will be shown how to conduct analysis of sequence data, search databases, literature, and how to synthesize such data. Students will conduct their own projects, some suggested by the text, some by the instructor, some perhaps ideas of their own. Students present and defend their results in writing and in form of presentations and posters. The course would be useful for graduate student education, with added requirements for graduate students.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): EBIO 328
EBIO 333-EVOLUTIONARY BIOINFORMATICS
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Large accessible data sets have opened new frontiers in evolutionary biology, and many fields. Learn to write computer programs to test hypotheses and discover patterns in diverse data. Understand the most common strategies in evolutionary bioinformatics, including dynamic programming, hidden Markov models, and graphical algorithms. No previous programming experience required. Cross-list: COMP 370. Recommended Prerequisite(s): MATH 101 and MATH 102.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 334-EVOLUTION
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Principles of biological evolution. Topics include natural selection, adaptation, molecular evolution, formation of new species, the fossil record, biogeography, and principles of classification. Cross-list: BIOC 334.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): BIOS 202 OR EBIO 202 or permission of instructor
EBIO 335-EVOLUTIONARY BIOINFORMATICS LAB
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Computer lab section for Evolutionary Bioinformatics. Students must enroll in EBIO 333.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): EBIO 333 OR COMP 370
EBIO 336-PLANT DIVERSITY
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
The evolution, systematics, and ecology of plants, with emphasis on flowering plants and biodiversity.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): BIOS 202 OR EBIO 202
EBIO 337-FIELD BIRD BIOLOGY LAB
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
This course centers on a series of five field trips to diverse habitats for observing birds both immigrants and residents. Each will be preceded by a lecture and students will do two projects. Class has required meetings outside of regular class time.
Department permission required
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): EBIO 213 OR BIOS 213
EBIO 338-DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF BIOLOGICAL EXPERIMENTS
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
This course addresses methods to set up biological experiments that maximize the ability to draw meaningful conclusions. Designed (factorial, nested, split plot, repeated measures) and undesigned experiments (regression, correlation) will be considered, as well as analysis and interpretation of the data. Actual data sets from several areas of biology will be used for homework, demos, and projects. The student should have some previous exposure to statistics.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 340-GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
This course introduces students to the coupled nature of the biosphere, atmosphere and hydrosphere using as focal points elemental cycles such as those of carbon and nitrogen. This is a writing-intensive class, and will include 3 required Saturday field trips. Cross-list: ENST 340, ESCI 340.
Department permission required
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 365-INTRODUCTORY PHYCOLOGY
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): BIOC 201 AND EBIO 202
EBIO 366-APPLIED PHYCOLOGY
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
This course provides an overview of methods of algal strain selection and cultivation for food, fodder, fertilizers, biofuels, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): BIOC 201 AND EBIO 202
EBIO 367-INTRODUCTION PHYCOLOGY LAB
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
This lab course provides an introduction to techniques of isolation, culturing, measuring of growth and identification of algae.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): BIOC 201 AND EBIO 202
Co-requisite: EBIO 365
EBIO 368-APPLIED PHYCOLOGY LAB
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
In this course students will learn methods of algal strain selection and mass cultivation together with analyses of algal characteristics including their lipid composition, enzymes and pigments.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): BIOC 201 AND EBIO 202
Co-requisite: EBIO 366
EBIO 372-CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEMS
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
This three credit lecture course introduces students to a complex, dynamic and sensitive ecosystem: coral reefs. We will explore the biotic and abiotic components of coral reefs; how reef organisms interact with each other and the environment, and the factors that contribute to reef construction and decline over time and space.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): EBIO 202 OR BIOS 202
EBIO 379-LAB MODULE IN AQUATIC ECOLOGY WITH SCUBA
Credits: 1 OR 2
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Students will learn the fundamentals of aquatic ecosystems, become PADI-certified in the basics of SCUBA, and conduct lab exercises that involve SCUBA-based fieldwork in a nationally recognized freshwater dive site. Certified divers can enroll in a one-credit version of the course that excludes PADI certification. Course has required meetings outside of regular class time. A course fee ranging from $475 to $535 is associated with the class. Please send all enrollment requests to Monica Roberts, mr19@rice.edu. You will be notified of enrollment decisions by December 5th. Cross-list: ENST 379, LPCR 379. Recommended Prerequisite(s): EBIO 213
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 381-ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY OUTREACH DEVELOPMENT
Credits: 2
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
This course is for Rice students interested in developing life science outreach initiatives that target underserved K-12 students in the Houston area. Goals of the course include developing hands-on teaching modules related to Texas science education standards and expanding graduate student teaching experiences beyond the University setting.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 391-TRANSFER CREDIT IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
Repeatable for Credit
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
For transfer of courses which have no current equivalent in the Rice curriculum, but which can be counted as Group B Biosciences courses in satisfying requirements for majors in the Biosciences.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 393-LABORATORY TRANSFER CREDIT IN BIOSCIENCES
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
For transfer of an advanced laboratory course in the biosciences that has no current equivalent in the Rice Biosciences curriculum. Any student may receive a maximum of one credit of EBIO 393 (formerly BIOS 393).
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 403-UNDERGRADUATE HONORS RESEARCH IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
Credits: 5
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Open only to undergraduate majors who meet specific requirements and with permission of the research supervisor and chair. Registration for EBIO 403/404 (formerly BIOS 403/404) implies a commitment to participate in research for at least 2 semesters.
Department permission required
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 404-UNDERGRADUATE HONORS RESEARCH IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
Credits: 5
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Open only to undergraduate majors who meet specific requirements and with permission of the research supervisor and chair. Registration for EBIO 403/404 (formerly BIOS 403/404) implies a commitment to participate in research for at least 2 semesters.
Department permission required
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 412-ADVANCED COMMUNICATION IN THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
Repeatable for Credit
Credits: 2
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Intended primarily for seniors majoring in the biological sciences, this course will focus on improving students’ written and oral communication skills. Emphasis will be placed on communication of scientific topics for audiences ranging from experts to the general public through weekly assignments.
Instructor permission required
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 432-ADVANCED EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Develop a critical understanding of evolutionary theory through lectures and discussion across a wide range of evolutionary topics. With the instructor's help, students will use current papers to stimulate debate the theories, philosophies and methods of the study of evolution.
Instructor permission required
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): (BIOS 201 OR BIOC 201) AND (BIOS 202 OR EBIO 202) AND (BIOS 334 OR EBIO 334)
EBIO 433-ADVANCED ECOLOGY
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Students will develop a critical understanding of the discipline of ecology through a combination of lectures and discussion that span a range of topics. With the instructor's help, students will use current papers to stimulate debate on the theories, philosophies and methods of the study of populations, communities, and ecosystems.
Instructor permission required
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Pre-requisite(s): (BIOS 201 OR BIOC 201) AND (BIOS 202 OR EBIO 202) AND (BIOS 325 OR EBIO 325)
EBIO 520-STUDENT SEMINAR IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
Repeatable for Credit
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Student-led presentations of work in progress, research ideas, and topics of research interest. Designed to enhance oral presentation skills and facilitate discussion of research ideas. Open to upper-level undergraduates and graduate students. Recommended Prerequisite(s): Graduate Status or current enrollment in EBIO 403.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 541-SPECIAL TOPICS IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
Repeatable for Credit
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 542-SPECIAL TOPICS IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
Repeatable for Credit
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Instructor permission required
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 555-CURRENT TOPICS IN WOLF CONSERVATION
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
This course will provide an overview of the biology of wolves, their effects on ecosystems, the history of their management, and the current state of their conservation in the United States.
Instructor permission required
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 561-TOPICS IN EVOLUTION
Repeatable for Credit
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Review and discussion of the literature on current research in evolution.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
EBIO 562-TOPICS IN BEHAVIORAL BIOLOGY
Repeatable for Credit
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Review and discussion of the literature on current research in animal behavior and evolution. Recommended prerequisite(s): Graduate standing or permission of chair or instructor.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
EBIO 563-TOPICS IN ECOLOGY
Repeatable for Credit
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Review and discussion of the literature on current research in ecology.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
EBIO 568-TOPICS IN BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY
Repeatable for Credit
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Review and discussion of literature on current research in biological diversity.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
EBIO 569-CORE COURSE IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Survey of topics in ecology and evolution taught by all EEB faculty.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
EBIO 570-ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
This course will focus on applied ecosystem topics including relations with state and federal agencies, filed studies, wetland delineations, permitting compliance, and environmental regulations. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: EBIO 270.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
EBIO 585-GRADUATE SEMINAR IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
Repeatable for Credit
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Faculty and student presentations on current research. Required of all Ecology & Evolutionary Biology graduate students.
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
EBIO 586-GRADUATE SEMINAR/ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
Repeatable for Credit
Credits: 1
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Continuation of EBIO 585 (formerly BIOS 585).
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
EBIO 591-GRADUATE TEACHING IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
Repeatable for Credit
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
EBIO 801-EEB GRADUATE RESEARCH
Repeatable for Credit
Credits: 1 TO 15
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
College: School of Natural Sciences
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
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