Tuition per year: Canadian $4,615.35, International $8,108.40
The Department of Zoology at UBC is internationally renowned for its research in a variety of modern biological sciences, including ecology, evolution, physiology, neurobiology, cell biology and development. The department has many strong interdisciplinary connections between different areas of research.
Zoology has a solid computing infrastructure of computer labs, compute servers, loaner equipment, colour and poster printers, and three computing support staff for knowledgable help.
Zoology encompasses over 50 principal investigators. Research interests of faculty members can be divided into several broad categories with substantial overlap of interest and collaboration among these arbitrary groups. The program vigorously promotes integrative research in biology and actively participates in several interdisciplinary programs, including the graduate programs in genetics, neuroscience, applied mathematics, and resource management.
Zoology offers a wide variety of research programs leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in the following areas: cell and developmental biology, community and population ecology, comparative physiology and biochemistry, neurobiology, and evolutionary biology.
In addition Zoology is actively involved in several interdisciplinary programs of instruction and research including: - Fisheries Centre - Centre for Biodiversity Research - Centre for Applied Conservation Research (CACR), Faculty of Forestry - Genetics Program - ICORD (International Collaboration on Repair Discoveries) - Institute of Applied Mathematics - BC Cancer Research Centre - Life Sciences Institute
- Degree: Master of Science - Specialization: Zoology - Subject: Life Sciences - Mode of delivery: On campus - Program components: Coursework + Thesis required - Faculty: Faculty of Science
- Cell and Developmental Biology: molecular and genetic bases of development and cellular function - Comparative Physiology: aspects of animal physiology from a comparative perspective, particularly those mechanisms underlying adaptive responses to environmental constraints - Ecology: blends field ecology and natural history with ecological theory and conservation biology - Evolution: encompasses evolutionary ecology, evolutionary genetics, conservation genetics, theory, and systematics
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