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Course No./
Course Synopses Semester Course Distinction
16:215:507 Advanced Plant Systematics (3) Fall Evolution
16:215:508 Advanced Plant Systematics Lab (1) Fall Evolution
16:215:513 Population Genetics (4) Fall Quantitative Evolution
16:215:520 Landscape Ecology (3) Fall [even years only] Ecology
16:215:550 Advanced Evolution (Journal Club) (1) Fall/Spring Evolution
16:215:554 Molecular Ecology (3) Spring  
16:215:564 Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Fall  
16:215:565 Community Dynamics (4) Spring  
16:215:575 Quantitative Ecology and Evolution (3) Fall [odd years] Quantitative
16:215:585 Introduction to Ecological and Environmental modeling (3) Fall  
16:215:587 Urban Ecology (3) Spring [even years]  
16:215:588 Topics in Advanced Ecology (3) Varies  
16:215:590 Population Ecology (4) Fall [even years] Ecology
16:215:598 Foundations of Ecology (3) Fall [as needed]  
16:215:599; 600;603;604 Special Topics in Ecology (BA) Varies from Year to Year  
16:215:600:02 Mathematical and Computational Methods in Theoretical Biology Fall (Every) Ecology, Evolution, Quantitative
16:215:601 Seminar in Ecology (1) Fall  
16:215:602 Ethics and Development in Ecology and Evolution (1) Spring  
16:215:605:01/ 16:215:606:01 (PROBLEMS IN ECOLOGY) (BA)    
16:215:650:01 Fundamentals of Ecosystem Ecology (4) Winter  
16:215:701,702 Research in Ecology (BA)    

Graduate Courses in Other Programs

Course No./
Course Synopses Semester
**16:681:572 Microbial Ecology and Diversity (3) Spring
01:960:401 Basic Statistics for Research (3) Fall/Spring
16:960:565 Applied Time Series Analysis (3) Spring
34:970:591 Introduction to GIS for Planning and Policy (3)  
16:186:855 Introduction to College Teaching (0)  
16:186:856 Designing Your Own Course (0)  
16:920:577 (16:378:502:01, 01:920:492:04) Environmental Sociology  
16:115:556 Ethical Scientific Conduct (1)  
16:195:502 Comparative Literature: The Discipline and the Profession (3) Spring
34:970:618 Environmental Planning and Management (3) Fall

In addition to the courses taught by members and associates of the ecology and evolution program, there are many other courses of interest to ecology and evolution graduate students offered by the programs in anthropology, biochemistry and molecular biology, entomology, environmental sciences, geography, geological sciences, plant science and statistics, among others. Please browse all programs that may have courses of interest to you. Check with your advisor and the program director to verify that courses you choose will be counted towards your degree.

The Inter-University Doctoral Consortium

Ph.D. students who have completed one year of full-time study may also take courses through The Inter-University Doctoral Consortium. The participating schools are Columbia University, CUNY, Fordham University, New School, New York University, Princeton University, and Stony Brook University. For more information visit the Graduate School-New Brunswick's Consortium page and consult with the E&E graduate program administrator before you begin the process.


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