Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation
The Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation offers one of the leading programs of its type. The comprehensive curriculum covers fisheries and wildlife biology and ecology, habitat analysis, and human dimensions of natural resource science and management. Faculty specialties include endangered species management, cold water stream management, conservation genetics, tropic ecology, recycling aquaculture systems, wildlife physiology and ecotoxicology, human-wildlife interactions (including disease transmission), habitat analysis and management, geographic information systems, human dimensions, policy and administration. M.S. programs stress preparation for professional careers in public agencies and private organizations with fisheries and wildlife responsibilities. Doctoral programs stress preparation for research and leadership positions in public agencies and for university faculty positions.
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