Plant and Wildlife Sciences
 

Rangeland Ecology

Rangeland Ecology
Distribution and abundance of organisms and their interactions with the physical and biotic components of the earth emphasizing rangeland ecosystems.
PWS
350
 Hours3.0 Credit, 2.0 Lecture, 3.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesPWS 150 or Bio 100 or Bio 130 or PDBio 120.
 TaughtFall
 ProgramsContaining PWS 350
Course Outcomes: 

Ecology and Biodiversity

Demonstrate a fundamental knowledge of ecological principles and the multiple dimensions of biodiversity.

Soil, Water, and Air Ecology

Possess a working knowledge of the ecology relating to soil, water, and air conservation.

Global and Geologic Processes

Understand how global and geologic processes affect life on earth.

Ecology and Interdisciplinary Connectivity

See the connectivity and relevance of ecology to other fields of study.

Ecology and Human Well-Being

Understand the importance of ecology to issues regarding human well-being.