£14,443 per year
The Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management (QERM) Interdisciplinary Graduate Program offers students a unique opportunity to apply statistics, mathematics, and decision science to a broad range of problems in terrestrial and marine ecology, natural resource management, biometrics, and mathematical biology. The program attracts mathematically trained students interested in working on these problems, and biologically or environmentally trained students wishing to further enhance their quantitative skills.
The QERM program is interdisciplinary, bringing together diverse faculty from a wide range of academic areas such as statistics, sociology, anthropology, applied mathematics, forestry, biology, aquatic and fishery sciences, oceanography, and marine affairs. This diversity provides strength to the program.
Both a Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degree are offered; graduates are capable of continuing with the development and extension of biometrical and biomathematical modeling as they enter the educational, research, or private-sector work force.
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