Thunder Bay • Orillia

Honours Bachelor of Arts and Sciences (Interdisciplinary Studies Major with Concentration in Human Nature)/Bachelor of Education P/J (O) - Evolutionary Concepts

Biology 3671 Evolutionary Concepts
Designed for students majoring in biology who want to understand evolutionary concepts and their application to important questions in biology, with an emphasis on ecology. Course instruction will include a mixture of lectures, general discussions, tutorials, and investigative assignments. Lectures will emphasize conceptual, empirical, and experimental approaches to the study of evolution. Topics include mechanisms of evolution, adaptation, speciation and an introduction to evolutionary ecology.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Biology 2171 and 2210
Offering: 0-0;2-2
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Biology 2671 may not take Biology 3671 for credit.
Course Classifications: Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences