Graduate Degree Program in Ecology
Alan Knapp, Interim Director
Johnson Hall 104
Phone: 970-491-4373

No new students are being admitted to this specialization.  Students interested in this area of study please contact the department.

Effective Fall 2017

ECOL 505Foundations of Ecology3
ECOL 571Advanced Topics in Ecology2
ECOL 592Interdisciplinary Seminar in Ecology1
ECOL 693Research Seminar1
Ecology Courses12
Group A: Organism/Population (Select a minimum 3 credits) 1
Human Origins
Chemical Ecology
Evolutionary Ecology
Ecological Plant Morphology
Behavioral Ecology
Theory of Population and Evolutionary Ecology
Reproductive Biology of Higher Plants
Genetics of Natural Populations
Community Ecology 2
Wildlife Population Dynamics
Group B: Community/Ecosystem (Select a minimum 3 credits) 1
Culture and Environment
Human-Environment Interactions
Global Mental Health--Theory and Method
Paleoindian Archaeology
Anthropology and Global Health
Global Carbon Cycle
Landscape Ecology
Community Ecology
Ecosystem Ecology
Applications in Landscape Ecology
Biogeochemical Cycling in Ecosystems
Fire Ecology
Fisheries Ecology
Conservation Biology
Ecology of Disturbed Lands
Ecology of Grasslands and Shrublands
Group C: Quantitative/Qualitative Tools (Select a minimum 6 credits) 3
Theory of Population and Evolutionary Ecology
Models for Ecological Data
Sampling & Analysis Vertebrate Populations
Quantitative Spatial Analysis
Survey Research and Analysis
Applied Multivariate Analysis
Qualitative Methods in Political Science
Seminar in Methods of Qualitative Analysis
Design and Data Analysis for Researchers I: R Software (STAT 511A or STAT 511B)
Design and Data Analysis for Researchers I: SAS Software
Design and Data Analysis for Researchers II
Biostatistical Methods for Quantitative Data
Electives, Independent Study, and Research 411
Program Total Credits:30

A minimum of 30 credits are required to complete this program.