Graduate Courses in Ecology

Ecology-related graduate-level courses (8000-level) at Clemson are offered under a number of different rubrics (e.g. BIOL, FOR, WFB).

Mixed undergraduate/graduate courses (6000-level courses) are listed on the undergraduate course page.

These Clemson Ecology graduate courses are being offered Fall 2015:

Code

Title

Faculty

Meeting Time

BIOL 8070, sect. 1

Readings in Biology: Ecology section

K. Barrett

Thursdays 11 am - 12 pm,
257 Lehotsky

BIOL 8160, 8161

Advanced Ecosystem Analysis, lab

J. Hains

TBA

WFB 8610, sect. 1

Waterfowl Ecology & Mgt

G. Yarrow

TBA

WFB 8610, sect. 2 Bayesian Analysis in Ecology, lab Y. Kanno M 2:00-4:30, Lab: TBA
WFB 8610, sect. 4 Restoration of Fish & WL Popul D. Jachowski TBA

Below is a list of Ecology-related courses with the faculty member(s) who usually teach the course and the regularity that the course is offered.

Code

Title

Faculty

When offered

BIOL 8020 (changing to ENT)

Conservation Genetics

TBD

Occasional

BIOL 8030

Population Dynamics

D. Tonkyn

Occasional

BIOL 8160

Advanced Ecosystem Analysis

J. Hains

Occasional

BIOL 8200

Community Ecology

S. DeWalt

Every other fall

BIOL 8070, section variable

Readings in Biology (Ecology section or Plant Biology and Ecology section), aka Ecology Reading Group

TBD

Every semester

FOR 8050

Forest Landscape Ecosystems

D. Hagan, E. Mikhailova

Every other fall
(odd years)

FOR 8110

Forest Wetland Ecology and Management

W. Conner

Every other spring (even years)

FOR 8120

Fire Ecology and Management

G. Wang

Every other spring

(even years)

FOR 8450

Biodiversity in Managed Forests

D. Guynn

Occasional

PLPA 8130

Fungal Ecology and Pathology

J. Kerrigan

Occasional

WFB 8610

Global Change Ecology

K. Barrett

Occasional 

WFB 8610

Foundations of Ecology

P. Jodice

Occasional

WFB 8610

Landscape Ecology with GIS

R. Baldwin

Occasional