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EEB Fall 2014 Courses

This page lists all courses offered by the EEB Department next semester. Links are provided to courses with web pages, but keep in mind that the web pages pointed to by these links probably apply to the current semester (Spring 2014) or the last semester in which the course was taught, not the Fall 2014 semester. Inaccuracies in this listing should be reported to Kathryn Upson.

Course Name Credits Schedule
BIOL 1102 Foundations of Biology 4 Every Semester
BIOL 1108 Principles of Biology II 4 Every Semester
BIOL 1109 Topics in Modern Biology
    (Honors)
1 Every Semester
BIOL 1110 Introduction to Botany 4 Fall
BIOL 2289 Introduction to Undergraduate Research
    (Honors)
1 Every Semester
EEB 2214 Biology of the Vertebrates 3 Fall
EEB 2244 General Ecology 4 Every Semester
EEB 2244W General Ecology (writing intensive) 4 Every Semester
EEB 3203 Developmental Plant Morphology
    (see also EEB 5203)
4 Alternate Falls
EEB 3230 Marine Biology
    (also offered as MARN 3014)
3 Fall
EEB 3250 Biology of the Algae
    (also offered as EEB 5250 )
4 Alternate Falls
EEB 3273 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy 4 Alternate Falls
EEB 3895 Special Topics - Plants in a Changing World 3 Variable
EEB 4230W Methods of Ecology 4 Fall
EEB 4250 General Entomology 4 Fall
EEB 4274 Introduction to Animal Parasitology 4 Alternate Falls
EEB 5203 Developmental Plant Morphology
    (see also EEB 3203)
4 Alternate Falls
EEB 5250 Biology of the Algae
    (also offered as EEB 3250)
4 Alternate Falls
EEB 5335W Vertebrate Social Behavior 3 Alternate Falls
EEB 5369 Current Topics in Biodiversity 1 Fall
EEB 5449 Evolution 3 Alternate Falls
EEB 5894 Seminar - Introduction to Natural History Collections
    (Section 1; Meets 3rd & 4th weeks of semester only)
1 Fall
EEB 5894 Seminar - Science Communication
    (Section 2)
1 Variable
EEB 5895 Special Topics - Nature, Science & Society
    (Section 4)
4 Fall
EEB 6480 Seminar in Vertebrate Biology 1 Every Semester

25 courses will be offered in the Fall 2014 semester