Entomology & Ecological Pest Management

Course Number: 
BIO 2040
Semester: 
Fall
Subject: 
Biological Sciences (BIO)
Credits 
3.00

Entomology examines the biology and management of insect and other related invertebrate pests that attack ornamental plants. In this course, the student studies insect morphology, anatomy, life processes, and ecology with special emphasis placed on insect identification and life histories. The student explores management strategies as part of an integrated approach to pest management.

2 hours of lecture, 3 hours of lab per week

Prerequisites

Sophomore standing or instructor permission