Insects, spiders, ticks, and mites, are outstanding model systems for understanding the biological world. Entomologists study insects from the cellular level to the ecosystem level of organization, in areas such as evolution, ecology, physiology, morphology, toxicology, behavior, and genetics.
With a Masters
at The University of Arizona
you will have a completed a variety of core and optional modules including Research methods, Integrated pest management, Environmental physiology, Ecology, Large mammal ecology and Behavioural ecology.
masters students: you will have engaged in research and study in a variety of core and optional modules including Biological and chemical control methods, Population ecology, Economic and ecological decision-making, Agricultural and forest entomology, Systematics of insects and mites and Theory and practice of biological control