The Master of Arts in Conservation Biology focuses on biological sciences, and integrates environmental policy and economics concepts.
Degree: Master, Doctorate
Degree: Doctorate, Master
The Biology Department at Queen’s is one of the largest departments on campus with approximately 140 graduate students supervised by 33 faculty with research opportunities in a range of disciplines in
As the market for professionals with environmental-related skills continues to grow, students are demanding post-graduate training in preparation for environmental careers in industry, government and
M.S. program requires substantive, original research project, 30 credits of graduate work, and research tool.Ph.D. is primarily a research degree. There is no fixed total credit requirement.
The Master's Program in Biology has generated theses in such diverse areas as:revegetation of industrial barrens;ecophysiological studies of higher plants of arctic and industrial habitats;the effects
The course shall consist of a minimum of 200 points, including approved papers at 700-level including either Research Practice, Research Methods or Research Methods in Biosciences.
Study and research are offered in the general areas of Behavior, Computational/Statistical/Mathematical Biology, Biology Education, Conservation Biology, Molecular and Cell Biology, Developmental Biol
Degree: Doctorate, Master, Graduate Certificate
The School of Biological Sciences has modern, well-equipped teaching and research laboratories with excellent technical support.
Degree: Graduate Certificate, Doctorate
The Graduate Certificate in Conservation Biology emphasizes basic and applied conservation biology.
The Master of Science degree in Biology is offered with the following areas of specialization: Biology, Botany, Cell Biology, Development, Genetics, Limnology, Conservation Biology, and Zoology.
The MA is an application-based degree; students will complete a project that may be an application or a synthesis of original research of others.
Graduate studies in the Department of Renewable Resources encompass the broad spectrum of scientific and management applications regarding natural and managed landscapes.
The Department of Biological Science offers both Ph.D. and MS. degrees. Students can specialize in a wide range of subdisciplines within the biological sciences including conservation biology.
The Conservation Biology Graduate Program at the University of Minnesota has two complementary missions.
Most Biology graduate faculty members compete in one or more research areas, and may encompass microorganisms, plants (ranging from algae to mangroves) and animals (including anemones and corals, moll
JCU’s conservation biology program has been developed to enable graduates of the natural sciences to undertake further studies in the background, principles and practices of conservation biology, with
Graduate students may focus their studies in any of the following areas: animal biology, applied microbiology, biotechnology, cell biology, developmental biology, ecology, environmental biology, envir
The Department of Biological Sciences offers graduate training leading to the PhD in Conservation Biology, as well as the MS in general Biological Sciences.