BIOL 381 Animal Behavior

The study of the mechanisms and evolution of animal behavior. Topics include methods for the observation and quantification of behavior, natural selection and evolution of behavior, behavior genetics, neural and physiological mechanisms of behavior, communication, aggression, sexual reproduction, mating systems, and interspecific behavioral interactions.




BIOL 112 and BIOL 112L with grade of "C" or higher, seven additional credits of biology at the 200 level or higher, and junior or senior standing.


Even-numbered Spring semesters