BIOL-360: Environmental Physiology

Credits 4
Grade Scheme
Session Cycle

This course will provide a framework for studying how animals function in their native environments at different stages of their life cycles. Its scope is animal physiology blended with environmental science: principles of physiological mechanisms are examined from the perspective of physiological adaptation in a given environmental context, including specific adaptations to environmental extremes. Course structure: active learning lectures and applied learning labs. Development of critical scientific thinking and scientific writing are significant components of the course. Credit may only be received for one course: BIOL-311, ENVR-311BIOL-314 and BIOL-360.

Term Offered
Fall Only