Nova Scotia On-Campus Conservation Biology Graduate Programs
Looking to enhance your qualifications to help advance your career in conservation biology? If so, enrolling in a campus-based conservation biology graduate program may be something worth considering. Conservation biology professionals deal with the protection and sustainability of wildlife and natural resources such as land, air, water and forests. Some examples of careers that you could potentially pursue after completing a conservation graduate program include: conservation biologist/scientist; conservation forester; environmental science and protection technician; forest and conservation technician; environmental scientist; and zoologist or wildlife biologist. Learn more about local college campuses that offer conservation graduate programs today!
What are the benefits of choosing a campus-based conservation biology graduate program? Being in an actual classroom may make it easier to connect with other students and interact with instructors. Having to attend classes in person may also help keep you more on top of your studies. You may also be able to take advantage of the available student services—whether it be the library, labs or the career center—at your school of choice!
Just filter by location to pick a city, state or country to find conservation biology graduate programs in your desired area. Then, filter your campus search by degree for masters programs in conservation biology or PhD doctorate programs in conservation biology. If you’re just starting out you may want to consider a graduate certificate in conservation biology.
- Kingston, NSKingston, NS
Queen's University, Ontario, Canada
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 including Animal Physiology, Cell & Molecular Biology,...
- Kingston, NS