The new Master’s degree studies in Ecology and Evolution offered by the Institute of Environmental Sciences last for two years and consist of six thematic modules, compulsory and elective courses, seminars, a foreign language course, group projects and writing a Master’s thesis. In order to graduate and receive the diploma, one is required to complete the courses with a total score of 120 ECTS. Laboratory classes and activities in the field included in the curriculum give the students an opportunity to acquire practical skills. A wide thematic variety of offered courses and close relations between students and faculty provide an educationally and socially unique and stimulating experience.
Graduates of Master’s degree program in Ecology and Evolution can continue their career internationally. Thanks to this program they acquire competences that help them to:
Graduates from Master’s degree studies in Ecology and Evolution can find employment either in public or private sectors anywhere in the world. Possible careers include becoming a consultant, project manager, field or lab technician, nature conservation biologist, supervisor working for: state administration, governmental, non-governmental and private organizations and foundations related to nature and environment. The graduates meet the academic requirements for admission to PhD studies.
In order to graduate a student must complete five modules: modules 1 – 4 which are compulsory and either module 5 or 6.
Module 1: Advanced Ecology: Students know how to apply ecological principles to laboratory and field practice;
Module 2: Experimental Design, Data Analysis and Presentation: Students understand the theoretical framework of statistical methods applied to biological sciences;
Module 3: Evolution: Students understand/know the history of life on Earth and the theory of evolution;
Module 4: Society and Environment: Students apply basic ecological principles to existing problems of nature preservation;
Module 5: Behavioural ecology: Students identify the unique relationship between the evolution of behaviour and human behavioural ecology;
Module 6: Evolutionary and Animal Physiological Ecology: Students understand the research program of evolutionary and animal physiological ecology.
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Before starting a programme, you need to have a basic knowledge of the English language. Find English courses on Language Learning Portal.
Candidates intending to participate in the programme must have at least a Bachelor's degree in the social or human sciences, or related field. All courses, the Intensive Programme and the MA thesis are in English, and therefore a fluent knowledge of the language is necessary. Language proficiency should be certified. See required documents. Knowledge of other foreign languages is useful.Required documents *All documents must be uploaded into the Online Application Tool.
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