Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior (EEB) offers a dual-degree doctoral program and a master's specialization, with completion noted on diplomas and transcripts.
Graduate work in EEB provides entry into an exciting intellectual community that spans a wide variety of interests and passions. EEB opens doors to new people, ideas, and inspirations.
EEB's innovative curriculum provides students with broad exposure to fundamental concepts in ecology and evolutionary biology, while also allowing students to obtain richer training within their core areas of study. All EEB students take a unique two-semester course sequence in quantitative methods during which they gain proficiency in R programming and a deep understanding of classical and modern approaches to data analysis.