Subject material taught in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology courses should prepare students with a wide breadth of skills. Students in EBIO are well-positioned to pursue careers in graduate school, science education, wildlife biology, conservation biology, data science, research management, environmental consulting and environmental law.
Undergraduate students are given a choice to specialize in a course track that fits their specific interests. Multiple degree options within the program exist to allow students the most flexibility in their education objectives.
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See the Course Catalog for course descriptions, prerequisites and a full list of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology courses.
Our coursework provides students with a core set of competencies and positions students to apply those skills with real-world significance. Learn more about the EBIO Learning Goals.
Undergraduate students in EBIO travel the world to conduct research with our faculty. And EBIO graduate students are some of the most awarded and highly funded students in the College of Arts and Sciences.