Ecology (BIO 256)

This course provides students with a 4-credit lab science focusing on the interactions of organisms with their biotic and abiotic environments. It will include an overview of the various components of population, community and ecosystem-level interactions, a broad survey of the major terrestrial and aquatic biomes of the world, both local and biosphere-level anthropogenic effects, and restoration ecology. Labs will reinforce important classroom concepts and will include both computer-based mathematical models of species interactions and in-field experiences to acquaint students with the diversity of ecosystem types and ecological processes. This course is subject to a course fee.


The following courses must be taken prior to this course
BIO 152 - Principles of Biology II or both BIO 122 - General Biology II and BIO 115 - Environmental Biology
Term Location Sections Available
2018 Fall Semester - 15 Week Sections
Central Campus (Blue Bell)