Below are brief descriptions of Professor Rodd’s undergraduate courses. Additional details about EEB undergraduate courses, including course prerequisites and exclusions, can be found in the EEB website in the undergraduate course section.

EEB322 Behaviour and Behavioural Ecology
A broad introduction to animal behaviour emphasizing concepts from ethology and behavioural ecology. Field and laboratory studies are undertaken.

Course materials available on Blackboard

EEB496 Seminar in Behaviour and Behavioural Ecology
Topics may include: history of ethology, behavioural ecology including predator-prey interactions, mate choice, and foraging. Evaluation is based on presentations, participation in class discussions and written assignments.