Biology
 

Conservation Biology

Conservation Biology
Scientific principles of conservation: applying population genetics, and phylogenetic and ecological theory to preservation of biological diversity; developing sustainable ecological systems compatible with human resource use.
BIO
450
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesBIO 220 & BIO 350; or BIO 230 & BIO 350
 TaughtFall
 ProgramsContaining BIO 450
Course Outcomes: 

Conservation in Ecological Processes

Apply an understanding of ecological processes to conservation of populations, species, and ecosystems.

Environmental Stewardship

Foster and promote environmental stewardship within your realm of influence and your community.

Scientific Method and Analytical Thinking

Demonstrate the ability to apply the scientific method and analytical thinking to ecological and conservation issues.

Synthesizing Literature for Conservation Biology

Demonstrate the ability to synthesize literature relevant to a topic in conservation biology

Scientific Term Paper

Demonstrate the ability to write a scientific term paper