Biology 213 Course Outcomes

Biology 213 - Biology of Animals III

Upon completion of this course, students will be expected to be able to:

  • Analyze evidence from the fossil record for examples of macroevolution.
  • Apply and understand the mechanisms of evolution relative to examples of microevolution.
  • Explain the origin of multicellularity in the animal kingdom.
  • Analyze the molecular, anatomical, and physiological evidence supporting the phylogeny of the animal kingdom.
  • Apply evolutionary theory to examples of sexual selection.
  • Examine animal behavior in an evolutionary context.
  • Apply quantitative models to population dynamics.