Master of Science - Cognitive and Behavioural Ecology
- 2 years
- 9,666 CAD
- Rolling admission
- Rolling admission
- St. John's / Canada
The Cognitive and Behavioural Ecology Program (CABE) is a graduate programme that focuses on animal behaviour and behavioural ecology. It is intended to train students in ecological research that incorporates cognitive and behavioural sciences. Cognition and behaviour are also researched at the molecular, developmental, and evolutionary levels. Faculty from the Departments of Biology, Ocean Sciences, and Psychology, the Faculty of Medicine, and the Environmental Science Program at Grenfell Campus serve as supervisors, as do adjunct faculty from the Canadian Wildlife Service, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, the Forestry and Wildlife Divisions of Newfoundland and Labrador, and Parks Canada.
The MSc curriculum consists of courses and a thesis that can be finished in two years of full-time study.
- Quantitative Methods in Biology
- Special Topics
- Behavioural Ontogeny
- Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology
- Field and Lab Methods in Animal Behaviour and Behavioural
- Advanced Statistics in Psychology
- Tuition — 9,666 CAD
OTHER FEES (REQUIRED) amounts listed are for two semesters
- Student Services Fee — 100 CAD
- Students' Union — 140 CAD
- Recreation Fee — 138 CAD
- Health Insurance — 523 CAD
Requirements for applicants
Bachelor's degree (minimum second class) in an appropriate area of study
Applicants who did not complete a baccalaureate or post-graduate degree at a recognized university where English is the primary language of instruction must normally complete either the:
- Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and achieve a paper-based score of 580 (or higher), computer-based score of 237 (or higher), or internet-based score of 92-93 (or higher); or
- International English Language Testing System (IELTS) and achieve a score of 7 (or higher).
About the university
Memorial University has a unique responsibility to the people of Newfoundland and Labrador as the only university in the province. Memorial University was founded as a tribute to the Newfoundlanders who gave their lives in military duty during globe War I and later conflicts. We take inspiration from their efforts to create a better future for our province, our country, and the globe.
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