Course Detail

ANIMALS IN ACTION

Subject: BIOL

Catalog Number: 107

Registration Number: 7960

Description:
Course explores animal behavior at multiple levels of biological organization from genetic and neurophysiological underpinnings of behavior to resulting behavioral interactions of animals with environment and other organisms. Special emphasis given to relating course concepts to relevant current topics in human health and society, evolution and biological conservation. Topics include: behavioral genetics, hormones and behavior, mating behavior, parent-offspring interactions, habitat selection, navigation, foraging, self defense, communication, learning, cognition, sociality, and behavior and conservation. Course for non-majors intended to promote scientific literacy and quantitative reasoning. 3 credits. (NW)

Instructor: Chad Tillberg
Is consent of Instructor Required? No



Course Type: LEC
Location: GRAF 205
Time: 1:30PM- 2:45PM  TTh