Natural History of Wildlife
Ecology Problem Solving
In this course, students will be rigorously taught the scientific method and given opportunities to demonstrate the understanding through wildlife ecology problem solving. They will have writing assignments that provide opportunities for the synthesis and expression of the depth of their understanding.
Wildlife and Fisheries
This course introduces students to a number of wildlife and fish species, and basic ecological concepts as they relate to wildlife and fisheries. Students will understand the biology, ecological roles, habitat needs, ecological adaptations, and interactions of fish and wildlife at various levels in an ecosystem.
Natural History Fundementals
Be able to define “natural history” and be able to describe basic concepts and principles that comprise the natural history of an organism
Lifestyle Diversity in Vertebrates
Gain an appreciation for the diversity of lifestyles among vertebrates
Critical Reading and Thinking
Develop critical reading and thinking skills
Improve oral and written communication skills