BIOS 952 Likelihood & Bayesian Ecology is taught at UNL in the Fall semester, and is currently planned for Fall 2018. This will be the third time I have taught the course. It draws on my prior experience teaching a short-format course in Maximum Likelihood Analysis and my experience as a participant in the Bayesian Training workshop at Colorado State University. In addition, I draw on my experience as a collaborator developing likelihood and Bayesian analyses in topics ranging from senescence, community structure, and college science education. Here is the syllabus for the Fall 2018 semester.