BIO6810EN - Behavioral Ecology in Natural & Man-made Environments

Course description

Behavioral ecology, is the study of the adaptation processes for animal behavior due to ecological pressures. Man made alterations in the ecological environment have force characteristics that otherwise would not be developed in the natural setting.

How this course benefits students

Man has influenced the processes of ecology since day 1. As man has adpated and developed so have plants and ecosystems . Thes have been forced characteristics and natural progression for survival.

Why this course is important

This course is needed for those who want to learn how adaptation occurs through behaviorial processes

Credit hours
3 hours
Subject area
Biological Studies
Educational level
Learning type
Upcoming terms
* Schedule subject to change. Please contact the Registrar's office with schedule questions.

How this course relates to missional core values

Biblically based

For he has a plan and knows all. Biblical principles of discover will be implemented in this course

Missionally driven

How has man changed his world on an ecological level

Contextually informed

The context of manmade influencers on his environment

Interculturally focused

Man has influenced behavioral ecological processes in all cutures

Practically minded

This course will give students a general knowledge of behaviorial aspects of ecology

Experientially transformed

The course will engage each students in the capcity to better understand the relationship, interaction, synergism and antagonist approaches to these concepts.