Ecology and evolutionary biology (EBIO) is the study of how organisms interact with and are formed by their environment. This minor offers students a broad range of learning opportunities, including traditional classroom experiences, field and laboratory research opportunities, and independent study. Students explore how organisms live and how they are constrained by evolutionary histories.
Understand 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
Complement your undergraduate studies with a minor