BIO 220 - Ecological Issues 21st Century

Fundamental concepts of ecology, including interactions between organisms and their environment, population/community dynamics, and structure/ function of ecosystems. Application of concepts to current ecological issues (e.g., species extinction, human population dynamics, human food production systems, natural resource depletion, and global environmental change). Intended for non-biology majors. Not open to students who have credit in BIO 216. Open only to non-biology majors.

College: Sciences and Humanities
Hours: 3
Permission: Y
Co-requisite: none
Prerequisite: none