Graduate Programs

We offer two master of science (M.S.) degree programs in Entomology and Wildlife Ecology and a Ph.D. degree in Entomology and Wildlife Ecology with two concentrations. Most of our students are supported on graduate research assistantships. Our faculty members are hands-on, working closely with the students to ensure their success.  

Two graduate areas exist in the department, namely:

1. M.S. degree programs in Entomology and in Wildlife Ecology

2. Ph.D. degree program in Entomology and Wildlife Ecology

  • Entomology Concentration (Ph.D.)
  • Wildlife Ecology Concentration (Ph.D.)
Contact us
302-831-8883

Dr. Deb Delaney, Graduate Coordinator

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