Graduate Degree Programs
Departmental Graduate Programs
Our program is flexible and tailored to suit individual student interest. Through course work, research and seminars, students are expected to become proficient in three of six areas: (1) Ecology, (2) Evolution (3) Behavior (4) Genetics (5) Physiology and (6) Conservation.
A traditional grounding in the key elements of entomology such as insect taxonomy, physiology, genomics, pest management, and ecology is complemented and expanded by a tightly-knit community containing expertise in neurobiology, ethology, evolutionary biology, sociobiology, molecular biology, toxicology, biological control and many other diverse areas of interest.
Our graduate training program offers a diverse yet individually tailored and focused opportunity for students to develop expert-level skills in current research methodologies, critical thinking and ancillary professional attributes essential to a successful and satisfying career in plant research at the molecular, physiological and/or ecological levels.
Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs
Advanced and comprehensive training in ecology, evolutionary biology, and the conservation of biodiversity.
Studying how the nervous system works, from molecules to brain.
Online program designed for individuals who are already certified to teach biology in public schools, specifically middle school general science teachers and high-school biology teachers.