This educational program focuses on the theoretical and empirical study of the principles and processes underlying the origin and maintenance of biological taxonomic diversity; related biogeographical and evolutionary patterns; and studies of the origin, distribution, diversification, and extinction of species and lineages. This program typically includes in depth instruction in phylogenetic analysis, classification and taxonomic theory, structural development and molecular evolution, biological nomenclature, evolutionary theory, taxonomic assignment, computer modeling, biological surveys and inventories, and database building.
The colleges, universities and schools below offer majors and degree programs in Systematic Biology/biological Systematics. To learn more about a specific school click on any of the links below.
|Phone Number:||(617) 495-1000|
|School Type:||4-year private not-for-profit|
|Awards Offered:||Associate’s degree|
|Campus setting:||Midsize city|
|Student Population:||34,560 (14,864 undergraduate)|
|Student-to-faculty Ratio:||13 to 1|