Related programs + special training
- Conservation Biology
- History of Science and Technology
- Plant Biological Sciences
- Water Resources Sciences
- Natural Resources Science and Management
Related graduate minors
A number of centers affiliated with the Department of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior and Graduate Minor Programs provide additional graduate education opportunities for students.
A microbial ecology minor offers training in an interdisciplinary research area concerned with the relationships of microorganisms to their natural environment.
The Quaternary Paleoecology Group offers a minor in Quaternary Paleoecology. Faculty from five departments within the Twin Cities campus provide training for students through seminars and courses.
The EEB Graduate Program takes part in the Joint Degree Program in Law, Health and the Life Sciences for students interested in combining a law degree with one of a broad range of graduate and professional degrees in health and the life sciences. This program is unique in the country. It allows a number of degree combinations, one of which is Law and Ecology, Evolution and Behavior.
Two applications required.
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