Fall 2016

Core Courses

Natural Sciences Specialization

  • BIOL 311/311L - Principles of Ecology
  • BIOL 420/420L - Introduction to Biostatics and Computational Biology
  • BIOL 492 - Ecosystem Ecology
    This course will trace the movement of these resources through ecosystems. It will also identify ways in which biodiversity loss alters ecosystem processes that ultimately affect humans.
  • CHEM 326/326L - Organic Chemistry I
  • ESCI 321 - Earth Resources
  • PSYC 492 - Darwin and Galapagos Island
    This course provides information about the life and contributions of Charles Darwin to humanity, to science in general and to psychological science in particular. Charles Darwin contended that the Galápagos Islands were the origin of all his views. This course provides an overview of the Galápagos Islands with a particular focus on behavior, and the important role of the Galápagos Islands as a microcosm with regard to issues related to the ever-changing diversity of life on this planet, conservation and sustainability.

Social Sciences Specialization

Spring 2017

Core Courses

Natural Sciences Specialization

Social Sciences Specialization