Are you passionate about the natural world? Committed to the environment and sustainability for the future? These are key reasons why you should consider studying with the Department of Ecology, Environment and Evolution at La Trobe University.
Our department assembles scientists working across ecology, evolution, biodiversity, botany, zoology and environmental science. Our work is strongly grounded in empirical enquiry and asks fundamental and applied questions, using a diversity of organisms ranging from microbes to plants and charismatic megafauna. Our research strongly influences our teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. We teach over 3000 undergraduate students in 32 subjects, and are currently training 60 postgraduate research students.
A highlight of undergraduate teaching in DEEE are a variety of dedicated field courses run throughout the year, from the Australian alps to the tropics. We train student in field techniques and research skills in botany, zoology, geology and environmental science.
Students completing honours in Ecology, Environment and Evolution can study in a variety of specialisations including botany, genetics, zoology, ecology, and environmental science, or undertake research in a multidisciplinary field. Find out more about our honours program.
Postgraduate degrees are available in the fields of botany, zoology, genetics, ecology, evolution and environmental science.