Ph.D. Ecology and Conservation Biology
The Doctor of Philosophy degree is designed for students interested in an academic or research career in terrestrial and aquatic ecological systems, as well as other fields linked to ecology and conservation biology.
The Doctor of Philosophy in Ecology and Conservation Biology is designed for students pursuing an academic or research career in ecology and natural resources. Specialization is available in a range of research areas including biodiversity science, ecosystem science, conservation biology, genetic and genomics, organismal biology, physiology and nutrition, ecohydrology, ecological modeling and forecasting, ecological restoration and impact mitigation, and spatial science.
Applicants must have an accredited bachelor’s degree and meet admission requirements for graduate study at Texas A&M University.
- Degree: Ph.D. in Ecology and Conservation Biology
- Credit Hours: 64 total credit hours (with M.S.), 96 total credit hours (without M.S.)