BCM 725 Evolution, Biodiversity, and Conservation (MS, BCS)

Explore species concepts, biogeography, and phylogenetics as they relate to conservation. Evaluate the curation and use of biological collections in conservation research and education. Practice using taxonomic keys and analyzing molecular data. Students will choose taxa of particular interest for a targeted project.

BCM 725 course syllabus

Semesters Offered: Fall 2024, Spring 2024

Credits: 3

Degree Level: Master's

Course Track: Biodiversity and Conservation Science-Graduate Certificate (BCS)