Biology: Ecology and EvolutionaryBIOE 215 Advanced Seminar in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Intensive exploration of an advanced topic in theoretical or applied evolutionary biology, ecology, physiology, behavior, or conservation biology. Course consists of weekly meetings with extensive independent work outside of class, resulting in mastery of an area of innovation in the field, or in a comprehensive familiarity with an important body of work. Independent work generally culminates in independent or group projects and products. Course is targeted at students who already have reached a professional level of expertise in their field and advanced master's students. (Formerly offered as BIOE 295, Advanced Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Seminar.)

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students, except by special permission.

Credits

3

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Spring

Repeatable for credit

Yes