The objective of Graduate Program in Ecology, Evolution and Biodiversity is to promote world class scientific training on integrated research focused on the study of ecological interactions, evolucionary history and conservation of biodiversity.

The program’s scope includes a varied array of studies targeting biodiversity, including cutting edge multidisciplinary, genomic, paleobiological, behavioral and ecological approaches, as well as applied studies of sanitary, economic, social or environmental importance.

Capes Grade: 5
Master’s: 24 credits
Doctorate: 36 credits
Master’s: minimum of 12 and maximum of 30 months
Doctorate: minimum of 24 and maximum of 54 months