May 25, 2022  
2021-2022 Academic Catalog (Revised Spring 2022) 
  
2021-2022 Academic Catalog (Revised Spring 2022)

BIO2023 ST: Zoology


Zoology is the study of the Kingdom Animalia. The Animal Kingdom holds some of the most captivating species on earth, capturing the imagination and providing examples of the incredible array of adaptations. Many of the species have direct ties to our ancient past and help us understand the changes that have occurred through the history of life on earth. The course will discuss the major characteristics that differentiate Animals from other forms of life. We will investigate all 9 major Phyla within this Kingdom to explore the adaptations of species and their specialized structures. Our focus will be 1) development 2) evolutionary history 3) comparative structures and 4) specific adaptations. This course will be essential for careers in Veterinary Medicine, Wildlife Ecology and Management and Natural Resources Management. Credits: 4.000

WRT1011 Lecture Min Credits: 3.00 Min Grade: C And BIO1521 Lecture Min Credits: 4.00 Or BIO1511 Lecture Min Credits: 4.00