Jul 18, 2018  
2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Primate Behavior and Ecology Major, BS


This program provides majors with interdisciplinary perspectives on the behavior and ecology of nonhuman primates in both captive and free-living settings. It serves as background for graduate study in the behavior, ecology, or phylogeny of primates, as well as for care-giving careers with primates living in laboratories, zoos, or other captive facilities. Lab fees required for PRIM 220, PRIM 320, and ANTH 416.

A double major is REQUIRED with the PBE degree. Students must complete the requirements for the PBE major as well as the requirements for a 45-plus-credit major in anthropology, biology, or psychology. Students interested in the major should contact the program office as soon as possible for further information, application forms, and assignment of an advisor. PBE majors are expected to meet with their advisor at least once a quarter.

 

Required Courses


Choose one of the following: Credits: 5


*Course selection by advisement depending upon second major.

Choose one of the following: Credits: 5


*Course selection by advisement depending upon second major.

Choose one of the following: Credits: 5


*Course selection by advisement depending upon second major.

Select one from the Following - Credits: 4


Choose one of the following: Credits: 5


*Course selection by advisement depending upon second major.

Choose one of the following: Credits: 4


*Course selection by advisement depending upon second major.

Choose one of the following: Credits: 4-5


*Course selection by advisement depending upon second major.

Choose two of the following: Credits: 8


Total Credits: 72-76