Behavioral Ecology

Behavioral Ecology


This major focuses on behavior and its relationship to the environment. Behavioral ecology includes the use of ecological and evolutionary processes to explain the occurrence and adaptive significance of behavior patterns, the use of behavioral processes to predict ecological patterns, and empirical, comparative analyses relating behavior to the environment in which it occurs.

Related Courses:

BIO 111 – Introduction Biology: Intro to Ecology and Evolution

BIO 112 – Form and Function in Living Organisms

BIO 225 – Animal Behavioral

BIO 260 – Biostatistics

BIO 227 –  Invertebrate Zoology

IDS 464 – Individualized Study

PSYCH 238 – Cognitive Psychology

PSYCH 236 – Intro to Brain and Behavior

PSYCH 336 – Behavioral Neuroscience

BIO (Study Abroad) – Coastal Ecology

ES 350 – Coastal Ecology of Maine

BIO 306 – Marine Ecology

Graduation year: 2003