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TRÊS organises and/or participates in the following courses within the Bachelor programmes Biology and Life Science & Technology, and within the Master programmes Biology, Ecology & Evolution and Marine Biology. We coordinate the Specialization track Modelling in the Life Sciences in the Master programme Biology. The course Evolutionary Theory is available for students enrolled in the Specialization track Evolutionary Biology in the Master programme Ecology & Evolution. In addition, we offer a broad spectrum of MSc research projects in the Master programmes Biology and Ecology & Evolution.

Bachelor courses
Course Period Coordinator/Lecturer
Ecological Interactions Oct-Nov Etienne
Evolutionary Ecology Nov Weissing, Pen
Behavioural Biology Research Feb-Mar Hemelrijk
Ecology & Behaviour Feb-Mar Hemelrijk
Introduction Biomathematics & Biostatistics Apr-May Weissing, Van Doorn
Community Ecology Research Apr-Jun Etienne
Biostatistics Jun Pen
Self-organization of Ecological & Social Systems Jun-Jul Hemelrijk
Honours College Tutorial Hemelrijk
BSc Essay year-round all PIs
Master courses
Course Period Coordinator/Lecturer
Research Proposal Ecology and Evolution Sep Weissing
C++ for Biologists (MSc) Nov Van Doorn, Bakker
Evolutionary Ecology Research Sep-Oct Etienne, postdocs & PhD students
Evolutionary Theory Dec-Jan Weissing, Pen, Van Doorn
Mathematical Models in Ecology & Evolution Feb-Mar Pen, Weissing
Advanced Statistics using R May-Jun Pen, Van Doorn
Advanced Self-organisation of social systems May-Jun Hemelrijk
MSc Essay year-round all PIs
Colloquium year-round all PIs
Graduate courses & Master classes

A complete overview of graduate courses offered by the Research School Ecology and Evolution (RSEE), the Groningen Graduate School of Science (GGSS) and partner institutes and research schools can be found here. The Research School of Behavioural and Cognitive Neurosciences (BCN) offers a number of graduate courses in its PhD Training Programme.

Last modified:13 October 2023 12.00 p.m.