Ecology and Evolutionary Biology is taught on campus
By studying Evolutionary Biology at the University of Melbourne, students will learn about genetics and ecosystem science, learn skills in the experimentation, survey and modelling of evolutionary and ecological processes and see how these processes can be applied to help with modern day problems in these areas.
The course is directed at people interested in the history of life and the evolution of the species.
After studying ecology and revolutionary biology, careers can be found in research and working in ecology, animal behaviour, conservation biology, envionmental consulting, evolutionary biology, systematics and biodiversity.
The average Australian scientific salary varies depending on where you work, from an average annual income of $79,558 in research to $66,683 in a laboratory.