BIO 586 Advanced Conservation Biology

Conservation biology is an integrated discipline that emphasizes the protection of biodiversity at all different scales. Topics include biodiversity, ethics and valuation, ecological economics, habitat fragmentation, conservation genetics, invasive species, ex situ conservation, landscape ecology, and reserve design. Students in the course will be introduced to modeling, complete assignments, readings, and a poster project. This is a link course with BIO 486. No credit given for students with credit for Bio 486

Credits

3

Prerequisite

Admission to a Biological Sciences graduate program or permission of department chair

General Education

Offered

  • Spring
  • On Demand