The Department of Botany each year offers masters projects in plant systematics. The projects are usually 30 or 45 credit points, but projects of 15 or 60 credits can also be arranged.
The studies are conducted individually and consist mainly of an independent research-project under supervision. The students are also offered to participate in the department’s research-seminar activities.
The goal of the studies is to give the student knowledge and experience in planning, conducting, analyzing and presenting an independent research project in plant systematics. An individual study plan is drawn up in consultation with the supervisor. The results of the projects are presented both at a public seminar, and as a written report.

For more information please contact:

Catarina Rydin

Per Ola Karis

Aelys Humphreys