£469 per semsester
The Master of Science in Behaviour, Evolution and Conservation degree is intended for students who wish to combine an advanced approach to ecology and sciences of evolution with the possibility of working with fauna and/or flora.
This training provides in-depth knowledge of the relations that living beings establish with their environment, their fellows, the resources on which they depend and the dangers with which they must cope. It also provides advanced teaching on the evolution of organisms and their mechanisms of adaptation to changing biotic and abiotic environmental conditions.
Possibility of specialisation in:
Behaviour, Economics and Evolution (in collaboration with the Faculty of Business and Economics)
Computational Ecology and Evolution (in collaboration with the Faculty of Geosciences and Environment)
Geoscience, Ecology and Evolution (in collaboration with the Faculty of Geosciences and Environment)
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