GRADUATE COURSES

Note: To obtain more detailed information about each of these courses, please go to the Class Schedule Term.

ENTM 7150 Advanced Entomology 1 (3) credit hours (formerly 38.715). A required course for M.Sc. students in Entomology. Students must submit essays and seminars in areas chosen to fit the requirements of their program. They are required to prepare for and participate actively in discussion sessions and other class meetings. Not available for credit in a Ph.D. program.

ENTM 7220 Advanced Entomology (3) credit hours (formerly 38.722). A required course for Ph.D. students in Entomology. Students must submit essays and present seminars in areas chosen to fit the requirements of their program. They are required to prepare for and participate actively in discussion sessions and other class meetings. Not available for credit in a M.Sc. program.

 

ENTM 7120 Insect Population Management (0-0:3-0) 3 credit hours (formerly 38.712).Term papers, tutorials and workshops to study systems of managing populations of injurious and useful insects based upon models of the processes of insect population dynamics. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Offered 2008 and alternate years thereafter.

 

ENTM 7200 Advanced Insect Taxonomy (0-0:3-0) 3 credit hours (formerly 38.720).Tutorials, laboratory periods and discussion of classification and evolution of insects. Offered 2014 and alternate years thereafter.

 

ENTM 7210 Special Topics in Entomology (3) credit hours (formerly 38.721). The content of this course will deal with specific topics of entomology at the advanced level. Content can be designed to take advantage of available instructional expertise, or to meet the needs of specific students.

 

ENTM 7230 Advanced Pollination Biology (0-0:3-0) 3 credit hours (formerly 38.723).Tutorials, assignments and discussion periods of current topics relating to the physiology and life history of insect pollinators and their ecological interactions with entomophilous plants. Subjects studied may be selected to fit the interests of individual students. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.

 

ENTM 7240 Physiological Ecology of Insects, Winter 2014 The effect of environmental factors such as temperature, moisture, light and other organisms on the physiology and ecology of insects. ENTM 2050 Introductory Entomology, or consent of instructor.