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Graduate Programs in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

   The Ohio Center for Ecology and Evolutionary Studies resides in College of Arts and Sciences and serves as an interdisciplinary learning and research community integrating ecology and evolutionary biology researchers and students across campus.    

    Graduate Programs in Ecology and Evolutionary studies are offered with degree programs in the following departments.  Please select the department programs below for more information on specific degrees. 

Biological Sciences

  • Master of Science in Biological Sciences
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Biological Sciences

Environmental and Plant Biology

  • Master of Science in Plant Biology
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Plant Biology

Geography

  • Master of Science in Geography

Geological Sciences

  • Master of Science in Geological Sciences

Master of Science in Environmental Studies  

  • The Master of Science in environmental studies is an interdisciplinary program of graduate coursework and research. Created in 1970, the program meets the needs of students looking for a broader academic experience than a traditional course of study can provide. The program gives students the flexibility to pursue coursework and research spanning several disciplines. Students' backgrounds run the gamut from business, humanities, and social sciences to physical and biological sciences and engineering. All share a high level of professional motivation and concern for the future of our environment.

 

 

 

 

 

  The Center's current director is Professor Stephen Reilly, Department of Biological Sciences.

   For more information: call 740 593-0424 or contact reilly@ohiou.edu  The Ohio Center for Ecology and Evolutionary Studies, Department of Biological Sciences, 107 Irvine Hall, Athens, Ohio 45701.