(BIOL 376) Genetics
A general course in the principles of Mendelian and evolutionary genetics.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
1.Describe basic ecological concepts and models.
2.Illustrate how those concepts are applied in nature by interpreting results of ecological data.
3.Solve ecological problems in case studies.
4.Analyze and evaluate real data from a local environment (Koloa on the Laie summit).
5.Compile and present orally and in writing conclusions based on analysis of the data.