BIOE - Biology-Ecological

BIOE 416. Alpine Ecology. 3 Credits. (1 Lec, 2 Lab) Su

PREREQUISITE: Junior standing, BIOB 170IN. The ecology characteristics of alpine areas. A three-day field trip will confirm and reinforce material presented in class and is a course requirement.

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2017 Summer Session10605001Second Half Session-LEWH107 -
2017 Summer Session10605001Second Half SessionMWLEWH3068:45am - 9:50am

BIOE 421. Yellowstone Wildlife Ecology. 3 Credits. (2 Lec, 1 Lab) Su

PREREQUISITE: Junior standing, and either BIOB 100IN or BIOB 170IN. Basic ecology of the major animal species of the Yellowstone area and the ecological controversies surrounding their management.

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2017 Summer Session10699001First Half SessionMWRFWIL112210:00am - 11:05am

BIOE 513. Terrestrial Ecology of Plains and Prairies. 1 Credit. (1 Rct) Su

PREREQUISITE: Either BIOE 408 or BIOL 516, graduate standing, secondary teacher certification, two years teaching experience, and computer access. COREQUISITE: Suggested: ESCI 513. Students will develop plant keys for classroom use, quantitatively analyze two grassland communities, and develop classroom activities on ecology of grasslands. Distance learning, class offered by internet connection. This course is designed for secondary school teachers enrolled in MSSE program and cannot be used in graduate programs in Biological Sciences.

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2017 Summer Session11223801Intersession-- -

BIOE 519. Riparian Zones/Wetlands. 2 Credits. (2 Rct) Su

PREREQUISITE: Either BIOL 516 or BIOE 408, secondary teacher certification, two years teaching experience, and computer access. COREQUISITE: Suggested: ESCI 512, ESCI 515. Students will develop plant keys for classroom use, quantitatively analyze two riparian and two wetland areas, and develop classroom activities about ecology of those areas. Distance learning class offered by internet connection. This course is designed for secondary school teachers enrolled in the MSSE program and cannot be used in graduate programs in Biological Sciences.

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2017 Summer Session11224801Intersession-- -

BIOE 520. Animal Biodiversity in GYE. 2 Credits. (1 Lec, 1 Lab) Su

PREREQUISITE: BIOE 370, WILD 301, BIOE 405, or equivalent and (a) 2 years science technology experience or (b) enrolled in MSSE. Exploration of biodiversity's meaning, importance & determinants; key ecological features of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and patterns of change in those features: & possible strategies for maintaining biodiversity in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

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2017 Summer Session11203001Non-standard term dates 19-JUN-17 23-JUN-17-- -

BIOE 522. Birds of Prey. 2 Credits. (1 Lec, 1 Lab) Su

PREREQUISITE: BIOE 370, WILD 301, BIOE 405, or equivalent and 2 years science technology experience or enrolled in MSSE. Exploration of the ecology and habitat of avian raptors in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE). Application of the scientific method to the study of raptors. Field identification of raptors, investigation of species life histories, and inquiry methods of species-specific habitat needs. Student will develop methods and skills for classroom based research on wildlife. This course is designed for secondary school teachers enrolled in the MSSE program and cannot be used in graduate programs in Biological Sciences.

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2017 Summer Session11352001Non-standard term dates 10-JUL-17 14-JUL-17-- -

BIOE 523. Wildlife Ecology. 2 Credits. (2 Lec) Su

PREREQUISITE: BIOE 370, WILD 301, BIOE 405, or equivalent and 2 years science technology experience or enrolled in MSSE. Introduction to wildlife species and the range of habitats present in the Northern Rocky Mountain ecosystems. Emphasis on large carnivores and ungulates within montane terrestrial systems. Application of the scientific method to study interactions between predators, prey , and human impacts. This course is designed for middle and high school teachers and cannot be used in graduate programs in Biological Sciences.

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2017 Summer Session11204001Non-standard term dates 26-JUN-17 14-JUL-17-- -

BIOE 591. Special Topics. 1-4 Credits. (1-4 Lec; 12 cr max) On Demand

PREREQUISITE: Upper division courses and others as determined for each offering. Courses not required in any curriculum for which there is a particular one time need, or given on a trial basis to determine acceptability and demand before requesting a regular course number.

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2017 Summer Session11205001Non-standard term dates 03-JUL-17 14-JUL-17-- -
2017 Summer Session11206002Non-standard term dates 15-MAY-17 04-AUG-17-- -
2017 Summer Session11207003Non-standard term dates 17-JUL-17 21-JUL-17-- -