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University of New Hampshire

BIOL827 - Animal Communication

Course Description

This course examines the principles underlying how animals communicate with each other and why they communicate the way they do by using perspectives drawn from a broad range of disciplines including physics, chemistry, ecology, psychology, economics, and behavioral ecology. Students will explore the primary literature, and work in teams to conduct independent research. The course is intended for advanced undergraduate or graduate students interested in neuroscience and behavior, evolution, wildlife and conservation biology, or zoology. One year of general biology recommended.

Tuition & Fees


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In Person


4.0 units

Course Sections

Fall 2024

Aug 26 to Dec 9
crn: 14644
Format: In Person
Campus: Durham
Time: 26 Aug 2024 - 09 Dec 2024 M-W-F 9:10 AM - 10:00 AM
Professor(s): Laura Kloepper
Live Seat Count: 3 available seats - (4 days ago)
Registration Opens 07/17/24