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FORS 204     Forest Wildlife Management  (4)

A survey and analysis of how vertebrate animals affect forest processes, with particular emphasis on forest regeneration on the Cumberland Plateau. This discussion-oriented class will also address the history and current status of U.S. and international wildlife management, and the effects of forest management on game and non-game species. Students will interact with wildlife management professionals in Tennessee and will design and implement a field study to quantify the effects of vertebrate animals on forest growth and development. Prerequisite: FORS 121 or BIOL 130.

Psychology

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...public service. For those students planning to do graduate work in psychology, STAT 204 is...

Business

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...Proseminar Course Requirement Requirements for the Minor in...prerequisite of statistics ( STAT 204 ) and Introduction to...

Economics

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Honors Requirements for the Minor in Economics Economics...senior year. 4 STAT 204 should be completed...

Pre-professional Programs

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...curriculum for the student. The Babson Center for...110 ), and statistics ( STAT 204 ). Students who are...