Animal Behavior Minor
This minor is designed for students who are interested in learning more about animal behavior, including the mechanisms that underlie behaviors and the evolutionary forces that may have shaped them. Students will also gain practical skills in the methods used to study animal behavior in laboratory and field settings.
If interested in or completing the minor, contact Dr. Daniel R. Howard in the Department of Biological Sciences, (603) 862-0242, firstname.lastname@example.org to be included on the list of students working toward minor completion, to receive emails on special events and activities for Animal Behavior students, and/or to complete the Certification of Completion of Minor form. This form should be completed at the beginning of your final semester. If a student is interested in using a course that he or she feels is relevant but that is not included on this list, contact Dr. Howard with details on the course and to request permission.
Students must earn a grade of C- or better in all courses taken for the minor. No more than 8 credits taken for the minor may be used toward a student's major.
|ZOOL 613||Animal Behavior (Fall)||5|
|NSB 728||Research Methods in Animal Behavior (Spring)||4|
|Minimum of 11 additional credits; At least two of the three electives must come from the Category I list below; the remaining course may be from either Category I or Category II.|
|NSB 727||Animal Communication||4|
|PSYC 720||Animal Cognition||4|
|ZOOL 726||Conservation Behavior||4|
|ZOOL 733||Behavioral Ecology||4|
|ZOOL 736||Genes and Behavior||4|
|ZOOL 777||Neuroethology: The Neural Basis of Animal Behavior||3|
|ZOOL 795||Special Investigations||1-4|
|MEFB 714||Field Animal Behavior||4|
|ZOOL 625||Principles of Animal Physiology||3|
|BMS 718||Mammalian Physiology||4|
|AAS 525||Canine Learning Theory and Application||4|
|PSYC 512||Psychology of Primates||4|