Ecology, Evolutionary, Biology and Behavior

Program: Ecology, Evolutionary, Biology and Behavior
Phone: 517-432-1359

Link to Graduate Handbook

Because EEBB is a dual-degree program students must also be accepted by one of the following participating departments: Anthropology, Computer Science and Engineering, Crop and Soil Science, Entomology, Fisheries and Wildlife, Forestry, Geography, Geological Sciences, Horticulture, Microbiology, Philosophy, Plant Biology, Plant Pathology, Psychology, Statistics & Probability or Zoology.

Students applying on-line should indicate a major code from one of the participating departments above and then follow the "How to Apply to the EEBB Program" instructions.

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