Courses

Courses

Courses Required for all Students

  • ECL 200AN— Principles and Applications of Ecology
  • ECL 200BN— Principles and Applications of Ecology 
  • ECL 296— Topics in Ecology and Evolution (must be taken 3 quarters)
  • EVE 100— Introduction to Evolution

One field course such as:

  • ECL/ENT 225— Terrestrial Field Ecology   
  • ENT 109— Field Taxonomy and Ecology     
  • ESP 123— Intro Field & Lab Meth in Ecology       
  • ESP 124— Marine & Coastal Field Ecology                                               
  • WFC 101L— Field Research in Wildlife Ecology
  • WFC 102 — Field Studies in Fish Biology
  • Other (appeal may be submitted with Guidance Committee Form)

Ecology 290 Seminars (3 required for PhD students, 1 for MS students)

AoE Core Courses

  • Agricultural Ecology
    • ECL216 — Ecology and Agriculture
  • Conservation Ecology
    • ECL 208 — Conservation Biology
  • Ecological Genomics & Genetics (one of the following)
    • ECL 242 — Ecological Genetics 
    • ECL 243 — Ecological Genomics 
  • Ecosystems & Landscape Ecology (one of the following)
    • ECL 219 — Ecosystem Biogeochemistry  
    • PLS 163 — Ecosystems & Landscape Ecology
  • Ecotoxicology & Physiological Ecology (one of the following)
    • WFC 230 — Physiological Ecology
    • ETX 240 — Ecotoxicology 
  • Environmental Policy & Human Ecology (one of the following)
    • ECL 290 — EPHE Seminar
    • ECL 298 — EPHE Core Course
    • ESP 278 — Research Design (with new section on ethnographic methods); this counts as the ecology field course if you have not fulfilled that requirement beforehand.
  • Integrative Ecology
    • Since Integrative Ecology is so highly individualized, the student and guidance committee must work together to choose a curriculum. A course will be selected from ECL graduate courses, or with the approval of the AOE Advisor, a non-GGE, ecology relevant graduate courses.
  • Marine Ecology 
    • ECL 214 — Marine Ecology: Concepts & Practice
  • Restoration Ecology (one of the following)
    • ENH 160 — Restoration Ecology (to be taken if you have no previous restoration course experience)
    • ECL 290 — Restoration Ecology Seminar