Programme courses

You can enrol for Environmental Biology courses via the course registration page on the GSLS Students’ Site. If you are looking for other courses outside your Master’s programme, visit the GSLS Course overview page.

Within the master Environmental Biology, you have the option to specialise in one of the four tracks. Each track offers courses of which some are compulsory (see below). In addition, you can follow other courses that are included in the list of programme-related courses.

More information on how to apply for a specific course can be found in the Osiris Course Catalogue.

Ecology & Natural Resource Management

  • Exploring your Research Impact (compulsory)
  • Ecology of Natural Resources (compulsory)
  • Conservation Science and Impact (compulsory)

Plant Biology

  • Exploring your Research Impact (compulsory)
  • Plant-Environment Interactions (compulsory)
  • Plant-Microbe Interactions (compulsory)
  • Applied Plant Biology (compulsory)

Fungal Biology

  • Exploring your Research Impact (compulsory)
  • Fungal Biology (compulsory)

Behavioural Ecology

  • Exploring your Research Impact (compulsory)
  • Measuring Behaviour (compulsory)
  • Evolutionary Perspectives on Sexual Behaviour (compulsory)
  • Zoo Conservation Biology
  • Primate Social Behaviour

1 EC = 28 hours of education
 

  • OP = optional for students from other programmes
  • 1/2, 2/2, et cetera indicates whether a course is taught multiple times a year
  • TBD = to be determined; start/end date will follow at a later time point

For extra details click on the course title to see all information. MyTimetable offers a detailed schedule per course.

All programme-related courses