Biology | Ethology
Z460 | 0614 | Rowland, W

Course format: Lecture: 8:00A-9:15A, TR, MY 130.

Requirements: Senior and graduate students only or permission of instructor.

Course description: This course gives an introduction to ethology, the
biological approach to the study of animal behavior.  It surveys the study
of behavior at a variety of levels and in a broad diversity of taxa.

Required text: Manning & Dawkins "An Introduction to Animal Behavior".

Weekly assignments: See exams/papers.

Exams/papers: Three or four exams, each counting equally. Graduate students
will write a paper and present their papers orally to class.  Students will
also be expected to view a number of videotapes on animal behavior.  These
must be done outside normal class meeting times.