£7,703 per semester
The most lab-based of our graduate programs, but highly relevant to the field, working with mechanisms of heredity and expression of genotypes in forest trees.
Study the evolution of trees as drivers of terrestrial biodiversity. Work on important developments related to climate change response, for example, growing the right species in the right places.
DNA microarray, DNA sequencing, remote sensing, plant and soil ecology: 6,500 feet of labs and facilities, 2,000 feet of greenhouse, and 4,609 acres of research forest. Collaborative research labs and institutions across campus.
A 100-percent job placement rate for graduate students in this discipline.
Tap into the wide breadth of expertise within our small, friendly academic community. Get to know us, and find who you want to work with.
Research degrees are non-specific, and we intentionally set a low number of required classes, unless your committee requires them.
Explore your interests with your committee and your advisor to define the optimal educational experience.
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