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Spring 2018
Aug 15, 2022
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BIO 3180 - Introduction to Ecology and Evolution
BIO 3180. Introduction to Ecology and Evolution. (3-3-4) F, S. Introduction to fundamental concepts in ecology and evolution with a focus on the interconnections among organisms, the environment, and evolution. The laboratory portion of this course provides students with a hands-on application of concepts, including demonstration of techniques for collecting, analyzing, and interpreting ecological data. Students also will gain experience in scientific writing. Prerequisites: BIO 1500 and BIO 1550G. Credit for BIO 3180 will not be granted if the student already has credit for or registration in BIO 3800. WI
4.000 Credit hours

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Biological Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
*, Writing Intensive Course

Restrictions:
May not be enrolled as the following Classifications:     
      Freshman

Prerequisites:
(Undergraduate level BIO 1500 Minimum Grade of D or Undergraduate level BIO 1500 Minimum Grade of TD and Undergraduate level BIO 1550G Minimum Grade of D or Undergraduate level BIO 1550G Minimum Grade of TD) or (Undergraduate level BIO 1200G Minimum Grade of D or Undergraduate level BIO 1200G Minimum Grade of TD and Undergraduate level BIO 1300G Minimum Grade of D or Undergraduate level BIO 1300G Minimum Grade of TD)

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