Departments & Programs

Animal Behavior

Course Descriptions
  • ABEH-A 200 Workshop in Animal Behavior (1 cr.) For students pursuing a major in animal behavior. Introduces a range of research topics within animal behavior. Provides information on general experimental methods and design, and on potential research opportunities in the field.
  • ABEH-A 400 Advanced Workshop in Animal Behavior (1-3 cr.) P: A200 and BIOL-Z 460. Research seminar for advanced animal behavior students. Focuses on an individual research project that culminates in a formal presentation related to the student’s independent research or internship experience. Goal is to improve independent study, problem-solving, research, reading, writing, and oral presentation skills.
  • ABEH-A 401 Topical Issues in Animal Behavior (1-3 cr.) Topics related to the scientific study of animal behavior not studied extensively in other courses. Topics vary. May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credit hours.
  • ABEH-A 495 Animal Behavior Internship (1-6 cr.) P: Consent of department. Hands-on animal behavior research experience in practical situations. Interns are matched with faculty mentors and internship sites. Students combine research with practical service to the host organization. May be taken or repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours.