BIO 3835: Theological Ecology (2024-2025)

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As humans we are called to tend and keep creation, but effectively caring for creation requires a knowledge of how and why creation was intended to function. As such, this course will cover ecological topics such as speciation, extinction, predation, competition, and evolution. This course will also investigate anthropogenic alterations to creation, such as climate change and biodiversity loss. Further, this course will investigate theological explanations for the existence of creation, the fall of creation, and our vocational call toward the reconciliation of all creation. Typically offered: Alternate Years, Winter.

Term CRN Credits Instructor(s) Days Time Dates Location Open
Winter 20044 5 Eric Long
2:30PM-3:50 PM
Bertona 5
24 of 24 seats open
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Restrictions: Freshman students are excluded.
Attributes: Upper-Division, Honors Course, Ways of Engaging
Grade Modes: (Default) Normal Grading
Instructional Methods: Traditional
Note: Full Term