The Department prepares you for a career in conservation and management of fish, wildlife and their habitats.
Your degree will be a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture with majors in Aquatic Ecology, Wildlife Ecology, or Conservation Ecology.
Students are encouraged to obtain minors in other disciplines.
Fish and Wildlife Ecology
With ever increasing pressures placed on our natural resources by a burgeoning human society and new threats such as global climate change, it is more important now than ever to create a core group of natural resource professionals and academics who are willing to devote their lives to educating our public and preserving our Earth. To this end, we are offering an interdisciplinary, undergraduate program in Conservation Ecology.