Undergraduate Courses in Ecology

Courses and research opportunities in Ecology at Clemson for undergraduate students are offered under a variety of rubrics (e.g., BIOSC, FOR, W F B).

See the undergraduate degree programs page for a listing of undergraduate majors that support students interested in Ecology at Clemson.

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. TBD = to be determined. Courses are listed in alphabetically order by course code. All 400-level courses are also offered at the 600 (graduate)-level.

Code

Title

Faculty

When offered

BIOSC 320

Field Botany

T. Spira

Every fall, spring

BIOSC 410

Limnology

J. Hains

Every spring

BIOSC 425, 426/
PL PA 425, 426

Introductory Mycology, lab

J. Kerrigan

Every fall

BIOSC 441, 445

Ecology, lab

D. Tonkyn

Every fall and summer

BIOSC 443, 444

Freshwater Ecology, lab

J. Hains

Every fall

BIOSC 446, 447

Plant Ecology, lab

TBD

TBD

BIOSC 464, L464

Mammalogy, lab

J. Cummings

Every spring

BIOSC 468/   W F B 468

Herpetology

TBD

Occasional

BIOSC 470, 471

Behavioral Ecology, lab

M. Childress

Every spring

BIOSC 472

Ornithology

K. Ickes

Occasional

BIOSC 474/ ANTH 474

Primatology

L. Rapaport

Every spring

BIOSC 477

Ichthyology

TBD

Occasional

BIOSC 486

Natural History

G. Burnett

Every spring

BIOSC 496

Biodiversity and conservation in India

D. Tonkyn

Every spring

BIOSC 496

Tropical aquatic ecology

J. Hains

Every summer

BIOSC 496

Rocky Mountain Field Ecology

D. Tonkyn

Every summer

CSENV 409

Biology of Invasive Plants

N. Tharayil

Every fall

E N R 413/ BIOSC 413

Restoration Ecology

G. Eidson

Every summer

E N R 429

Environmental Law and Policy

A. Johnson

Every fall

E N R 450

Conservation Issues

A. Johnson

Every spring

ENT 301/ BIOSC 301

Insect Biology and Diversity

E. Benson

Every fall

ENT 436

Insect Behavior

P. Adler

Odd-year fall

F N R 466

Stream Ecology

R. English

Occasional

FOR 315

Woodland Ecology

A. Johnson

Occasional

FOR 434

Introduction to GIS

R. Baldwin, C. Post

Multiple times a year

FOR 465

Silviculture

G. Wang

Every spring

W F B 300

Wildlife Biology

R. Johnson

Every fall

W F B 306

Introduction to Wildlife Conservation

R. Johnson

Every spring

W F B 313/ BIOSC 313

Conservation Biology

R. Baldwin, S. Rodriguez

Every spring

W F B 412

Wildlife Management

G. Yarrow

Every fall

W F B 430

Wildlife Conservation Policy

D. Lanham

Occasional

W F B 444

Wildlife Damage Management

G. Yarrow

Every spring

W F B 462

Wetland Wildlife Biology

K. Barrett

Every spring

W F B 476

Field Methods in Avian Monitoring

D. Lanham

Every spring