Wildlife Biology

Course number: BIOL 0103

Course length: 75 hrs

Course credits: 3 credits

Course description:

Wildlife biology begins with the fundamentals of natural selection, evolution, and taxonomy. This is followed by an overview of the building blocks of life (e.g. cells, genes) and how they are organized into organs and organ systems with specific structures and functions. This course also introduces students to the evolutionary history, biology, and life cycles of many northern birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians. Students will also learn to identify, classify, and name mammals and birds of the boreal forest and tundra in the NWT.

Course delivery:

  • In Person

Programs this course is part of: