Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) concerns the study of organisms and their environments as well as the diversity of life (biodiversity). Courses in EEB deal with the characteristics, adaptations, and evolution of plants and animals as well as their ecological relationships. Graduates have pursued graduate studies or careers in conservation, wildlife management, education or research with federal, state, and private organizations. Students planning to enter medicine or dentistry may also major in EEB. Students may earn a Bachelor of Science (BS) or a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in EEB.
Prospective and current EEB students should become familiar with the resources available on the Biology Advising web site: