Senior Colloquium (NRS 480)
Student-directed projects for reflection on educational accomplishments, exploration of post-graduate opportunities, and formulation of long-term professional goals. Requires completion of four major projects.
Wildlife Management Techniques Laboratory (NRS 309)
Application of practical field techniques for quantification and evaluation of wildlife and habitats. Methods of field identification, sampling, and data analysis.
Physiological Ecology of Wild Terrestrial Vertebrates (NRS 538)
Relationships between animal physiology and the ecology and dynamics of wild vertebrate populations, including birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.
Advanced Ecology (EVS 550)
This course provides a survey of physiological, population, and community ecology. It encourages thinking and learning about key ecological concepts through primary literature, discussion, analytical writing, and problem sets.