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|BIO 203 - Introduction to Ecology|
This course introduces the organization of individual organisms into populations, communities, and ecosystems. It focuses on the interactions between living organisms and their physical environment. Concepts such as diversity, competition, natural selection, adaptation, climate changes, migration, extinction and deforestation are covered. Additionally the course tackles concepts of environmental microbiology in relation to pollution, remediation and recycling of liquid and solid wastes.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture, Tutorial
Natural Sciences Division