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Often following a Bachelor of Science, a Master of Science program can generally be completed in one to two years. It involves in-depth study of scientific subject matter, often concludes with a thesis and helps graduates gain career-elevating proficiencies. What is an MSc in Evolutionary Anthropology? Based in the social and natural sciences, this interdisciplinary degree aims to teach students h… Read more

Often following a Bachelor of Science, a Master of Science program can generally be completed in one to two years. It involves in-depth study of scientific subject matter, often concludes with a thesis and helps graduates gain career-elevating proficiencies.

What is an MSc in Evolutionary Anthropology? Based in the social and natural sciences, this interdisciplinary degree aims to teach students how to understand the human experience and the development of human behavior and physiology. Programs usually last for one to two years and draw on numerous evidence lines, fields and disciplines to scientifically approach and examine cultural and biological evolutions. Courses focus on topics such as ecology and evolution, evolution and behavior and evolutionary psychology.

Graduates typically possess exceptional research, analytic and presentation skills. Their disciplined practices enable them to design, analyze, organize and present their findings, abilities that can prove beneficial both personally and professionally.

Program cost can differ depending on the duration, institution, and location. Thorough research and comparison can help potential students select schools that align with their personal goals.

Because this degree covers many areas and hones comprehensive capabilities, employment opportunities are expected to grow in the coming years. Programs prepare graduates for doctoral degree pursuits followed by academic research careers. Those with advanced degrees often secure private sector positions in community-based and nonprofit schools and organizations and nongovernment or government research organizations. Popular positions include teaching jobs in colleges and universities, administrative jobs or independent research positions that involve lab, field or office work. Corporate anthropologists may lead market research teams, while government positions may focus on planning, security, defense and natural resource management.

Degree programs are offered by universities around the globe. Internet-based options may provide flexible learning for individuals in remote settings and for those with busy schedules. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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University of Groningen
Groningen , Netherlands

The MSc in Ecology and Evolution is a combination of in-depth training and the opportunity for designing a tailor-made program in ecology and evolution. In our program, studen ... +

The MSc in Ecology and Evolution is a combination of in-depth training and the opportunity for designing a tailor-made program in ecology and evolution. In our program, students form collaborative cohorts and frequently interact with their supervisors & teachers. They also receive coaching from a personal mentor. They can participate in a broad spectrum of research projects, tailored to the individual preferences of the student, ranging from microbes to whales, and from molecules to ecosystems. Research can be conducted in the field or in the lab and theoretically as well as experimentally. There are also opportunities to conduct fieldwork in diverse environments (on all five continents), including the nearby Wadden Sea (on the UNESCO World Heritage list) and the arctic regions. We offer a double degree for the track Evolutionary Biology with the universities of Uppsala, Montpellier or Munich. Besides that, our faculty is the home of the 2016 Nobel laureate in Chemistry, Ben Feringa, and GELIFES is the home of the 2014 Spinoza Prize winner, Theunis Piersma. -
MSc
Full-time
24 months
English
01 Sep 2021
01 May 2021
Campus
 

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