BS 204 - Introduction to Ecology
This course explores the fundamental processes by which organisms interact with the living and nonliving components of their environment. Topics include evolution and adaptation to the environment, types of species interactions, threats to ecological systems, population and community dynamics, and the influence of human activity in ecological processes. The laboratory component include the scientific method, collection, and analysis of data, field study methods, computer simulation, and field trips designed to explore the variety of habitats in New Jersey.
BS 101 - Biology I
SC 104 - Introduction to Environmental Science
Choose either SC 104 or BS 101