QERM: An Interdisciplinary Graduate Program
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The Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management (QERM) Interdisciplinary Graduate Program offers students a unique opportunity to apply statistics, mathematics, and decision science to a broad range of problems in terrestrial and marine ecology, natural resource management, biometrics, and mathematical biology. The program to attracts mathematically trained students interested in working on these problems, and biologically or environmentally trained students wishing to further enhance their quantitative skills.

Degree Programs

The QERM program offers two graduate degrees; the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy, each require the preparation of a thesis or dissertation, respectively.
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We strongly encourage you to complete your application as early as possible. The next quarter for admission is Autumn 2014.
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The interdisciplinary nature of the QERM program provides graduates with an opportunity to develop and apply their quantitative skills in a variety of fields.
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QERM Winter Quarter Seminar - Wednesdays, 3:30-4:50 p.m., Mary Gates Hall 287

Visit the QERMipedia (QERM Wikipedia page) for additional information about life in the QERM program.


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