Certificate in Animal Behaviour - Animal Behaviour PSYO 2160   Animal Behaviour
CREDIT HOURS: 3
Using concepts from behavioural biology and psychology, animal behaviourists attempt to explain why animals behave the way they do. The course examines topics such as mating and social systems, mate choice, the evolution of behaviour, and animal communication. The behaviour of a wide range of animals is studied.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: PSYO 1011.03 (or PSYO 1021.03 or PSYO 1031.03) and PSYO 1012.03 (or PSYO 1022.03 or PSYO 1032.03); OR SCIE 1506.09/1507.09 (or SCIE1505X/Y.18) each with a grade of B- or better, or BIOL 1010.03 or BIOL 1020.03 and BIOL 1011.03 or BIOL 1021.03
CROSS-LISTING: NESC 2160.03