August 30, 2010
Looking for something to do on Monday nights from 6:15 - 9:30 pm? There is still space available in the Continuing Education course BZ/VS 479 Biology and Behavior of Dogs.
This course enables students to develop a comprehensive understanding of how aspects of physiology, neurobiology, development and genetics influence the behavior of domestic dogs. Evolution and domestication will be explored as contextual reference for some behavior problems, and differentiated from true abnormal behavior. Emphasis will be on interpreting scientific experiments in canine biology.
Students completing this course will have a working knowledge of learning theory and how the biology of dogs affect behavior.
Remember, you will need to pay additional tuition for this course.
Contact: Linda Selkirk
Phone: (970) 491-2527