£919 per credit
The Program is a consortium of faculty from several Departments of the College of Natural Science whose research focuses on Behavior, Ecology, Evolution, Systematics and Genomics. These faculty supervise graduate students whose Ph.D. degrees are based on empirical and theoretical research in these areas.
The Ecology, Evolution and Behavior graduate program is ranked 6th in Ecology / Evolutionary Biology according to U.S. News & World Report (2019 ed.). The Graduate Program in Ecology, Evolution and Behavior supports graduate students with grants and assistantships in addition to the resources generally available in the College of Natural Sciences.
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