General Biology III: Animal Behavior
Adaptations of BI103 vary in theme, but all explore topics in ecology, evolution and organismal biology and discuss the importance of evolutionary theory to understanding nature. BI103B provides students with an introduction to the scientific discipline of animal behavior. The course takes a biological perspective to investigate both the proximate and ultimate causes of behavior. Topics include the development of behavior as well how animals solve the ecological and evolutionary challenges of finding food and mates, raising offspring and avoiding predators. All BI103 courses are equivalent; only one can be used to fulfill degree requirements. BI101, BI102 and BI103 are non-sequential. Students considering majors in science or pre-professional health occupations are advised to eventually take BI211, BI212 and BI213. Offered various terms.

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