Information for Students

UNDERGRADUATE students interested in Ecology have a number of different majors at Clemson from which to choose depending on their specific career goals:

 - BA or BS in Biological Sciences
 - BS in Environmental and Natural Resources (ENR)
   with a concentration in
      Conservation Biology,
      Natural Resources Management, or
      Natural Resource and Economic Policy
 - BS in Forest Resource Management
 - BS in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology

See detailed information on undergraduate programs.

See a list of undergraduate courses in Ecology.

Undergraduate student groups interested in Ecology include:

GRADUATE students interested in Ecology pursue MS and PhD degrees through several different degree programs:

 - Biological Sciences
 - Entomology
 - Forest Resources
 - Plant and Environmental Sciences
 - Wildlife and Fisheries Biology

Students and faculty across departments and degree programs also attend a weekly Ecology Reading Group to discuss current ecological literature, critique manuscripts, and discuss pressing environmental issues.

See detailed information on graduate programs.

See a list of graduate courses in Ecology.

Graduate student groups interested in Ecology include:

Additional campus resources:

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