£242 per credit
The graduate program in Biological Sciences affords students an opportunity to pursue advanced training in many of the major disciplines of the biological sciences.
Students specialize in one or more areas of the biological sciences including conservation biology, ecology, ornithology, gene expression and development, bioenergy, plant anatomy, fisheries biology, bacteriology, wildlife biology, behavioral ecology, toxicology, parasitology, phylogenetics, evolution, morphology, community ecology, adaptations, mitochondrial physiology, neuroscience, Alzheimer’s disease and neurodegenerative diseases, ecological genetics, algal ecology, behavioral ecology and genetic engineering.
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