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|Course||Course Title||Term||Course Description|
|ECOL 505||Foundations of Ecology||Fall||Overview of the science of ecology; what questions are asked, how they are answered. Prerequisites: One course in ecology CRN: 60162 Credits: 3|
|ECOL 571||Advanced Topics in Ecology Distinguished Ecologists Lecture Series||Spring||Current research topics presented and analyzed by visiting scientists. Attend each Distinguished Ecologist seminar during the semester for which you are registered. This course does not meet every week. Prerequisites: One course in ecological principles. Section 001 - MS students. CRN: 18219 Credits: 1; Section 002 - PhD students. CRN: 18220 Credits: 2; Section 003 (intermittently offered; verify prior to registration) - PhD students. - CRN: 21250 Credits: 2|
|ECOL 592||Interdisciplinary Seminars in Ecology||Fall/Spring||Concepts and principles of basic and applied ecology in an interdisciplinary context. Specific topics vary. Prerequisites: One 300- or 400-level course in ecology. Course details and CRNs: ECOL592 Interdisciplinary Seminar Credits: 1 - 3 (vary based on section)|
|ECOL 600||Community Ecology Lecture||Spring||Current theories on the dynamics and regulation of populations and communities of organisms. Must enroll in a recitation section. Prerequisites: One course each on general ecology, calculus, and statistics. CRN: 20590 Credits: 3 Recitation: Section R01 - CRN: 20591; Section R02 - CRN: 20592|
|ECOL 610||Ecosystem Ecology Lecture||Fall||Concepts, methods, issues in ecosystem science: energy and matter cycling, systems perspectives, simulation modeling, sustainability, global change. Must enroll in a recitation section. Prerequisites: LIFE 320 or any ECOL course. CRN: 66480 Credits: 3 Recitation: Section R01 - CRN: 66481|
|ECOL 620||Applications in Landscape Ecology Lecture||Spring (Odd years only)||Spatial patterning of landscape elements and dynamics of ecological systems; spatial heterogeneity. Influence on biotic and abiotic processes. Prerequisites: Previous coursework in geographic information systems, ecology, statistics, and mathematics. CRN: 66478 Credits: 2|
|ECOL 693||Research Seminars for Professional Communication (written or oral)||Spring||Critique of research programs, plans, and ecological theory. Prerequisites: Written consent of instructor. Section 001 - Enhancing oral presentation skills. CRN: 18231; Section 002 - Enhancing proposal writing skills. CRN: 18232; Section 003 (intermittently offered; verify prior to registration) - Enhancing proposal writing skills. CRN: 19376 Credits: 1|
|ECOL 695||Independent Study||Fall/Spring/Summer||Requires a contract, thoroughly outlining the scope of the project, signed by student, instructor and and approved by the Director. Application accessible on the GDPE Forms webpage. Prerequisites: GDPE Approval Fall Semester CRN: 60575 Spring Semester CRN: 10371 Summer Semester CRN: 50821 Credits: 1- 18|
|ECOL 698||Research||Fall/Spring/Summer||Fall Semester CRN: 60576 Spring Semester CRN: 10372 Summer Semester CRN: 50822 Credits: 1- 18|
|ECOL 699||Thesis||Fall/Spring/Summer||Fall Semester CRN: 60277 Spring Semester CRN: 10373 Summer Semester CRN: 50823 Credits: 1- 18|
|ECOL 799||Dissertation||Fall/Spring/Summer||Fall Semester CRN: 60578 Spring Semester CRN: 10374 Summer Semester CRN: 50824 Credits: 1- 18|
|Continuous Registration||Fall/Spring/Summer||Fall Semester CRN: 62570 Spring Semester CRN: 12719 Summer Semester CRN: 45836 Credits: n/a|
Further details on when to register for CR can be found at the Graduate School website.
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