SPECIAL TOPICS IN ECOLOGY (IBIO*6040), EVOLUTION (IBIO*6060), PHYSIOLOGY (IBIO*6090)
INTEGRATIVE BIOLOGY GRADUATE COURSES: SPECIAL TOPICS IN
ECOLOGY (IBIO*6040), EVOLUTION (IBIO*6060), PHYSIOLOGY (IBIO*6090)
This form must be completed and returned to the course coordinator no later than the
start of classes in the course. Circle one of the graduate course numbers above.
Student’s name (print): ID#
Student’s email: Department:
1. Course work
Students receive credit for IBIO*6040, IBIO*6060, or IBIO*6090; they do not receive
credit or an audit for the 3000 or 4000 level undergraduate course. Students are re-
quired to fulfill ALL of the requirements for the undergraduate course AND they must do
the additional work described in 2 below. The student’s final mark in IBIO*6040,
IBIO*6060, or IBIO*6090 is based on both the mark obtained in the undergraduate
course AND the additional work. The additional work component should generally not
exceed 25% of the final mark.
Students must obtain permission from the instructor of the (3000 or 4000 level) under-
graduate course to participate in it for graduate-level credit. Permission must be ob-
tained before the first lecture. If the instructor approves, then the conditions for that ap-
proval must be indicated below (e.g., attendance at lectures, seminars, laboratories, tu-
torials; submission of term work; writing quizzes, midterm examinations and final exam-
ination). The student is expected to write any final examination (if part of the course).
Unless specifically agreed to by the instructor and course coordinator, ALL additional
materials for grading are due no later than the last day of classes in the term in which
registration occurs. This ensures that sufficient time is available for grading and grade
submission. Final grades must be submitted to the course coordinator.
Undergrad Course code: Course name:
Semester: Grad Course code:
Course instructor name:
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