Ns215 Animal Behavior 4 credits
Animal behavior is a course that investigates major themes in the interactions of different organisms. Topics include social communication predator-prey interactions, territoriality, sexual selection, game theory and group dynamics. This course is interdisciplinary in that the information covered has origins in other subjects such as physics, genetics, psychology, evolution, biology and taxonomy. Students will be asked to apply the information from class in order to analyze different behaviors and social situations.