About the Program
Students gain advanced knowledge of population growth; structure and dynamics; population interactions; community ecology; food webs; biogeography; behavioral and physiological ecology; life history strategies; systematics; evolution; population and quantitative genetics; and genomics. Students graduate with the qualitative and quantitative skills necessary for professional research and teaching in ecology, evolution, population genetics and systematics.
M.S. Plan II
Ph.D. Plan B
College of Biological Sciences
Admissions and Fellowship Information
Continuing Student Fellowship: Jan 15, 2024