This program provides students with the concepts of macrobiology and focuses on the relationship between biodiversity, ecosystems, and biological evolution.
The program has a strong faculty of outstanding full-time professors who have achieved outstanding research results in their respective fields. The program is research-oriented and emphasizes the integration of theory and practice. Courses cover ecology, evolution, morphology, taxonomy, physiological ecology, and conservation biology.
The program encourages students to participate in research, learn theoretical knowledge in the classroom, and conduct research practice in the laboratory. This helps students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and improve their academic qualities and research skills.