Meeting Time: Mondays at 1pm (EST), beginning February 26th
Think outside the Skinner box! Ethology is the scientific and objective study of how animals behave in the real world. This course will teach you the core concepts of ethology — how animals see their world, and why they behave the way they do.
You’ll learn how the environment, individual personality, and genetics all interact. This course is great for anyone new to ethology, working or interested in sheltering, zoos, training, and behavior, and everyone interested in getting the most out of their relationship with a companion animal, personal or professional.
Ethology is the study of animal behavior and its evolution, and is a key factor in having true expertise in the understanding of animals.
An understanding of ethology, and the exploration of these questions will forever change how you think about the animals we live and work with.
** IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT ONLINE WEEKLY MEETINGS **
- Auditors do not attend online meetings
- Meetings are not recorded
- Meetings begin 1 week after course opens
- Meetings are 1 hour in duration
- There are 4 meetings for this course
CCPDT (CBCC-KA and CPDT-KA), IAABC, KPA: 8 CEUs
CCPDT (CBCC-KA and CPDT-KA), IAABC, KPA: 6 CEUs