Animal Behavior minor

Animal Behavior minor

The Animal Behavior Minor (six courses)

The Animal Behavior minor is designed for students who want to concentrate on animal behavior as a topic of study. This minor is open to students from majors other than ABEC.

One required course:

ABEC 215 Introduction to Animal Behavior


Plus any five of the following:

ABEC220 
ABEC218 
ABEC 340
ABEC360 
ABEC 363
ABEC 370
ABEC404 
ABEC491 
ABEC492 
ABEC495 
BIO166 (or) BIO366
BIO 365
BIO 375
BIO312 
BIO316 
BIO317 
BIO325 
BIO355 
BIO371
Animal Learning
Applied Animal Behavior
Research Methods in Animal Behavior
Observational Research Methods
Canine Evolution, Behavior & Cognition
Animal Cognition
Wildlife and Ecology in South Africa
Internship 1 (if animal behavior project)
Internship 2 (if animal behavior project)
Research Seminar (if animal behavior project)
Biology of Birds (or) Ornithology
Vertebrate Zoology
Community Ecology
Primatology
Social Organization of Mammals
Sex, Evolution and Behavior
Reproductive Biopsychology
Behavioral Neuroscience
Behavioral Ecology


The courses in this minor may be taken independently of the others and in any order. Interested students usually begin with the course that best fits their schedule. Most of the courses are offered every other year, so interested students should plan accordingly.