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Systematic Biology

Those who've pondered the origins and diversity of biological entities have stood at the door of systematic biology. Also known as systematics, this field focuses on giving each organism a scientific name, classification and identifying description. Read on to learn about degree programs and careers in this field.

Inside Systematic Biology

Systematic biology is not only committed to scientifically naming and classifying organisms but also to describing and collecting them with indicators for their identification, geographical locations and environmental interactions. Its focus is recognizing developmental relationships among the organisms.

Education Information

Degrees in evolutionary biology and systematics are available at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Bachelor's degree programs typically require students to complete a core curriculum in general chemistry, biology, statistics, physics and calculus before embarking on advanced courses, such as macroevolution, population and community ecology, molecular evolution and genetics.

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