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Ecology & Evolution Concentration

Course Requirements

Two of the six total electives must have a lab. Biology courses other than the General Biology sequence that have any Scientific Inquiry domain designation do not generate credit toward the major or minor.

    Open Electives

    Open elective credit also is required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 hours.


    ENV 260


    This course provides an overview of the biometrical techniques employed in the analysis of environmental data. Topics include: handling of data, experimental designs, testing for differences between an experimental and a control group, testing for differences among many groups, and determining trends in data. Data from the environmental sciences is used throughout, and students are introduced to appropriate software for data analysis.

    BIO 206


    A survey of a variety of statistical methods used to analyze biological data.
    BIO 192 or BIO 193 is a prerequisite for this class.

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