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BIO 110 Life Science (3 units) nonmajors, general education course in general biology. Not currently scheduled to be taught.
BIO 211/L Biometrics (4 units) applied, inferential, univariate statistical analysis procedures for biology majors
BIO 415L Field Studies in the Southwest (The "Arizona Course") (4 units) Field ecology course (4 units) at the Southwestern Research Station in the Chiricahua Mts. of southeast Arizona.
Advanced Arizona independent study class (3 units) offered just before the start of Fall Quarter. Takes place at the Southwestern Research Station in the Chiricahua Mts. This course is not scheduled to be taught. Contact Dr. Moriarty if interested.
BIO 418 Population Ecology (3 units) usually offered in Fall Quarter, every other year (usually in odd-numbered years)
BIO 575 Advanced Biometrics (4 units) introduction to selected multivariate statistical procedures, especially multiple regression, principal components analysis, discriminant analysis
BIO 575 Biological Applications of ANOVA (4 units) advanced topics in Analysis of Variance
BIO 528 Community Ecology (3 units) graduate course emphasizing community structure, limited membership; usually offered in Fall Quarter, every other year (usually in even-numbered years)
ZOO 435 Ornithology (4 units) offered in Spring quarters