BIOL 156: General Biology II. A systematic study of the structure, function, ecology, evolution and relationships of organisms including protists, fungi, plants, and animals.
BIOL 404: Ecology. A study of the interrelations of plants and animals with their environment. Emphasis is on quantitative techniques for analyzing the structure and function of populations and communities.
*BIOL 430: Limnology. A study of the physical, chemical, and biological characteristics and processes of inland waters with emphasis on Louisiana aquatic systems.
*BIOL 500: Teaching Internship. Discussion and demonstration of the administrative and pedagogical aspects of teaching biology laboratories. Topics to include teaching style, discussion and prep of weekly course content, classroom etiquette and management, and test development.
*BIOL 530: Aquatic Ecology. A study of the structure and function of freshwater, estuarine, and marine ecosystems including population and community dynamics of aquatic biota, trophic ecology, and physical and chemical characteristics in the aquatic environment.
*BIOL 552: Marine and Environmental Biology II. Ecology, utilization, and management of the aquatic environment, with emphasis on the riverine, estuarine, and marine environments of Louisiana and the northern Gulf of Mexico.
*Graduate course or credit