BIOL 320: Conservation Biology with Lab
Credits: 4, 1
An interdisciplinary examination of the science of conservation of biological diversity at gene, population, species, and ecosystem levels. Learning the theories and practice of conservation biology and critically evaluating strategies adopted to prevent loss of biodiversity are the main objectives of this course. Laboratories and field work are designed to make the students familiar with research methods and tools used by conservation biologists.
Prerequisites: Biology 130/131, Biology 140/141 or Biology 120 and Chemistry 120/125