Advanced Topics in Ecology and Evolution
Current topics in ecology, evolution, and systematics.
BIO
559R
 Hours1.0 - 6.0 Credit, Arr Lecture, Arr Lab
 PrerequisitesInstructor's consent.
 TaughtFall Contact Department, Winter Contact Department, Spring Contact Department, Summer Contact Department
Course Outcomes: 


Ability to Design and Implement Research

Students will demonstrate an ability to design and implement a research project physiological ecology.

Ability to Design and Implement Research

Students will demonstrate an ability to design and implement a research project physiological ecology.

Ability to Design and Implement Research

Students will demonstrate an ability to design and implement a research project physiological ecology.

Understanding of Scientific Inquiry

Students will demonstrate an understanding of the methods of scientific inquiry.

Understanding of Scientific Inquiry

Students will demonstrate an understanding of the methods of scientific inquiry.

Understanding of Scientific Inquiry

Students will demonstrate an understanding of the methods of scientific inquiry.

Understanding of Scientific Inquiry

Students will demonstrate an understanding of the methods of scientific inquiry.

Understanding of Scientific Inquiry

Students will demonstrate an understanding of the methods of scientific inquiry.

Appreciation and Understanding of Content

Students will show an appreciation for and understanding of physiological ecology.

Appreciation and Understanding of Content

Students will show an appreciation for and understanding of physiological ecology.

Appreciation and Understanding of Content

Students will show an appreciation for and understanding of physiological ecology.

Ability to Interpret, Analyze, and Present Results

Students will effectively interpret, analyze, and present results of experimentation to others.

Ability to Interpret, Analyze, and Present Results

Students will effectively interpret, analyze, and present results of experimentation to others.

Ability to Design and Implement Research

Students will demonstrate an ability to design and implement a research project physiological ecology.

Ability to Interpret, Analyze, and Present Results

Students will effectively interpret, analyze, and present results of experimentation to others.

Ability to Interpret, Analyze, and Present Results

Students will effectively interpret, analyze, and present results of experimentation to others.

Ability to Interpret, Analyze, and Present Results

Students will effectively interpret, analyze, and present results of experimentation to others.

Appreciation and Understanding of Content

Students will show an appreciation for and understanding of physiological ecology.