Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
- Ecology, Evolutionary Biology and Behavior
- Environmental and Resource Economics
- Environmental Science and Policy
- Environmental Toxicology
- Fish and Wildlife Disease Ecology and Conservation Medicine
- Gender, Justice and Environmental Change
The Department of Fisheries and Wildlife offers a thesis or non-thesis Master of Science (M.S.) degree and a Doctoral (Ph.D.) degree in Fisheries and Wildlife. Graduate degree specializations and dual degrees in integrative toxicology, resource economics, quantitative biology, and ecology, evolutionary biology and behavior are available.
The Department's graduate program is a national leader in the training of fishery and wildlife professionals for careers in research, management, teaching, extension and consulting. Graduates of our master's program are hired by a variety of local, state and federal governmental agencies, private corporations, museums, zoos and nature centers, tribal organizations, and environmental consulting firms. Ph.D. graduates are employed on the faculty of leading universities and compete successfully for positions outside of academia. Approximately 100 graduate students are currently enrolled, and the majority of these students receive financial assistance in the form of graduate assistantships.
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