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2018 Siena Heights University Catalog 
    
2018 Siena Heights University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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BIO 344 Topics In Animal Behavior


4 credit hours

Topics in animal behavior including adaptation, communication, mating and reproduction, parenting, and social behavior are investigated. Today’s modern zoo and the role it plays in promoting species survival is also considered. The lab component of the class is centered around behavior studies of species at the Detroit Zoological Park. Four of the eight class sessions will require that the student meet at the Detroit Zoo. Admission into the zoo is the student’s responsibility. This course will not count towards a major/minor in Biology, Environmental Science, or Integrated Science.

Prerequisite: None
Liberal Arts: Science
Course is Offered: At one or more Siena Heights’ degree completion centers, but may not be available on the Adrian campus.



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