Introduces students to current concepts in speciation, models of population structure and dynamics, and principles of population genetics. Stresses current research, theoretical and computational mathematical models, and current techniques in the study of populations. Weekend field trip component may entail additional student costs. This course is an upper-level elective course for Biology majors. Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 332 (Genetics) or BIOLOGY 351 (Ecology). Three hours of lecture/discussion per week. Not offered every semester.