BIOL 2406 Environmental Biology

3 lec/3 lab (4 Cr.) Principles of environmental systems and ecology including biogeochemical cycles,  energy transformations,  abiotic interactions,  symbiotic relationships,  natural resources and their management,  lifestyle analysis,  evolutionary trends,  hazards and risks,  and approaches to ecological research. Laboratory activities will reinforce principles of environmental systems and ecology including biogeochemical cycles,  energy transformations,  abiotic interactions,  symbiotic relationships,  natural resources and their management,  lifestyle analysis,  evolutionary trends,  hazards and risks,  and approaches to ecological research. Recommended prerequisite: MATH 1314 - Successful completion of College Algebra or concurrent enrollment in higher-level mathematics is recommended.

Credits

4

Distribution

BIOL

Course Fee

Honors course fee (if applicable): $50, Internet course fee (if applicable): $37, Lab fee: $18