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Evolution & Ecology Course Distinctions

From the Graduate Student Handbook, page 10:

Required Courses in EEOB Starting with the incoming cohort of students in Autumn 2017, each student is required to enroll in:

  1. One full-semester course, or two half-semester courses, in scientific writing offered by EEOB faculty.
  2. At least one graduate-level course in evolution and one graduate-level course in ecology (minimum of 3 credits each). Students should consult with their advisor to determine which courses are most appropriate, including at least one course that extends beyond the student’s specialized area of research.
NumberCourseCredit HoursEvolutionEcology
EEOB5310Advanced Principles of Evolution3 creditsX 
EEOB5320Society and Evolution: Differing Worldviews3 creditsX 
EEOB5330Population Genetics & Phylogeography3 creditsX 
EEOB5340Evol & Taxonomy of Vascular Plants3 creditsX 
EEOB5350Evolutionary Ecology3 creditsXX
EEOB5360Biodiversity Informatics3 credits X
EEOB5410Ocean Ecology  X
EEOB5420Inland Waters3 credits X
EEOB5430Fish Ecology3 credits X
EEOB5440Plankton Ecology   
EEOB5450Population Ecology3 credits X
EEOB5460Physiological Ecology3 creditsXX
EEOB5470Community and Ecosystem Ecology3 credits X
EEOB5480Advanced Plant Ecology  X
EEOB5510Team Science   
EEOB5610Translating Evolution (COSI)3 creditsX 
EEOB5798Tropical Behavioral Ecology and Evolution3 creditsXX
EEOB6210Ecotoxicology3 credits X
EEOB6330Phylogenetic Theory & Methods3 creditsX 
EEOB6620Scientific Writing (Manuscript)1.5 credits  
EEOB6630Scientific Writing (Proposal)1.5 credits  
EEOB7220Modeling in Evolutionary Ecology3 creditsXX