Theoretical ecology encompasses almost all aspects of ecology - from genes to ecosystems, from population dynamics to evolutionary biology and has a more quantitative approach to ecological problems. This means that there is emphasis on the underlying, often mathematical, theories of ecology and evolution. The master's programme in Theoretical ecology serves as an outstanding preparation for university research, but also for research and development in many areas outside the university.
Population and Community Ecology (BIOR69)
Frontiers in Ecology (BIOS04) - part time
The Scientific Method (BIOS11)
Evolutionary Animal Ecology (BIOR35)
Master of Science (Two Years)
Major: Biology with specialization in Ecology