Ecology and evolutionary biology (EBIO) is the study of how organisms interact with and are formed by their environment. Students explore how organisms live and how they are constrained by evolutionary histories. Our graduates are well positioned to pursue careers in science education, wildlife biology, conservation biology, resource management, environmental consulting and environmental law.
Gain sophisticated knowledge for the nature of biological processes, and how to synthesize a range of biological concepts and ideas
Develop critical thinking skills, including hypothesis generation and testing
Learn effective communication through courses specifically on scientific writing