£9,169 per year
Students gain advanced knowledge of animal science; ecology; biological anthropology; physiology; psychology; veterinary science; wildlife biology; and zoology, as well as the qualitative and quantitative skills necessary for professional research and teaching in the adaptive and evolutionary bases of animal behavior. The Animal Behavior Graduate Group is targeted toward students who are interested in understanding the adaptive and evolutionary bases of animal behavior.
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