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BIO331 Ecology

[3–3, 4 cr.]

This course covers the study of the relationships between living organisms and their environment. Major concepts related to the structure, function, organization, and regulation, at various levels (population community, ecosystems, and biomes), are covered theoretically and via laboratory work and field trips.

Co-requisite: COM203 Fundamentals of Oral Communication

Prerequisite: BIO201 General Biology I