The Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology Major is 1 of 3 majors offered in the Biology Department. The Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology Major is designed for, but not limited to students who have an interest in organisms as a fundamental unit; their anatomies, evolutionary histories, and diversities; how they interact with each other, and respond to habitat changes. In conjunction with foundational knowledge of biological principles, graduates of this major should be better prepared for careers that involve field work, species identifications, and applying ecological principles to issues of conservation, restoration, and biotic assessment.
A minor is required. Biology minors may not be earned with this major.