The Ecology of Minnesota, BIOL1110, introduces students to principles of ecology and their application to issues of human impact and resource management. Issues unique to Minnesota are studied through classroom activities, laboratory experiments and field trips to regional natural and managed communities.
The ecology of Minnesota is taught on-ground fall semester. It is a four credit class with 2.5 hours of lecture and 3 hours of laboratory per week. This course fulfills part of the laboratory science requirement for an AA or AAS degree and is part of the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum.