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Doctor of Philosophy in Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior

  • Program Coordinator: Julie Heath
  • Program Administrator: Brittany Archuleta
  • Science Building, Room 217A
  • Phone: (208) 426-4621
  • E-mail: eebprogram@boisestate.edu

Doctor of Philosophy in Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior

Course Number and TitleCredits
EEB 601 Principles and Processes in Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior I4
EEB 602 Principles and Processes in Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior II4
EEB 603 Science and Communication I3
EEB 604 Science and Communication II3
EEB 605 Current Research in EEB4
Quantitative Requirement
(choose at least 1 course from the following):
ANTH 504 Statistical Methods in Anthropology
BIOL 601 Biometry
BIOL 603 Advanced Biometry
EEB 607 Quantitative Methods for Population and Habitat Analysis
EEB 621 Advanced Ecological Data Analysis
GEOPH 522 Data Analysis and Geostatistics
GEOS 505 Introduction to Numerical Methods for the Geosciences
MATH 572 Computational Statistics
MATH 573 Time Series Analysis
MATH 574 Linear Models
3-4
Approved electives courses in ANTH, BIOL, BMOL, BOT, EEB, GEOS, ZOOL or related fields as approved by the supervisory committee and by the coordinator of the EEB doctoral program.13-14
EEB 691 Doctoral Comprehensive Examination1
EEB 693 Dissertation30
Total66

Doctor of Philosophy in Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Emphasis in Global Change Biology

Course Number and TitleCredits
EEB 601 Principles and Processes in Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior I4
EEB 602 Principles and Processes in Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior II4
EEB 603 Science and Communication I3
EEB 604 Science and Communication II3
EEB 605 Current Research in EEB4
Quantitative Requirement
(choose at least 1 course from the following):
ANTH 504 Statistical Methods in Anthropology
BIOL 601 Biometry
BIOL 603 Advanced Biometry
EEB 607 Quantitative Methods for Population and Habitat Analysis
EEB 621 Advanced Ecological Data Analysis
GEOPH 522 Data Analysis and Geostatistics
GEOS 505 Introduction to Numerical Methods for the Geosciences
MATH 572 Computational Statistics
MATH 573 Time Series Analysis
MATH 574 Linear Models
3-4
Human Behavior and Ecology
(choose 1-2 courses from the following):
ANTH 501 Adaptation And Human Behavior
ANTH 502 Human Evolutionary History and Development
ANTH 521 Human Paleoecology of North America
ANTH 530 Advanced Topics in Evolutionary Anthropology
ANTH 531 Economic Anthropology
ANTH 532 Game Theory and Human Cooperation
3-6
Earth Sciences
(choose 1-2 courses from the following):
BIOL 628 Geographic Information Systems in Biology
GEOG 570 (GEOS 570) Earth System Science and Global Warming
GEOS 511 Hydrology: Land-Atmosphere Interaction
GEOS 580 Selected Topics in Watershed Hydrology
GEOS 585 Selected Topics in Isotope Geoscience
GEOS 605 Topics in Geomorphology
GEOS 607 Paleoclimatology and Paleoceanography
GEOS 620 Coupled Land-Atmosphere Modeling
GEOS 621 Global Hydrologic Change
GEOS 633 (CE 633) Contaminant Hydrogeology
GEOS 636 Stable Isotope Geochemistry
GEOS 638 Radiogenic Isotope Geochemistry and Geochronology
3-6
Approved elective courses in ANTH, BIOL, BMOL, BOT, EEB, GEOS, ZOOL or related fields as approved by the supervisory committee and by the coordinator of the EEB doctoral program.4-5
EEB 691 Doctoral Comprehensive Examination1
EEB 693 Dissertation30
Total66