Evolutionary Biology

Evolutionary Biology is the study of the diversity of organisms, including the identification and classification of species, both living and extinct, their evolutionary relationships, adaptations, and genetic variations, the ways in which species originate and become extinct, and the mechanisms, including natural selection, involved in evolutionary change.

So you'd like to study Evolutionary Biology

Investigate organismal diversity, evolutionary relationships, adaptations and genetic variations in our Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology program.

Career Options

There are many routes you can take with your degree in Evolutionary Biology:

  • Bioinformatics
  • Environmental Impact Assessments
  • Environmental Interpretation/Communication
  • Environmental Law
  • Forensic Research
  • Further Education
  • Managing Wildlife Populations and Conservation
  • Medical Research
  • Museum Research, Education, and Curation
  • Protected Areas Management and Environmental Law Enforcement
  • Research