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Master of Science in Fisheries and Wildlife

Master of Science in Fisheries and Wildlife

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Programs of study are based on the academic preparation, interests, and career goals of individual students. Although individual students' programs vary, all graduate programs in fisheries and wildlife are designed to provide Broad fundamental preparation in the ecological sciences, Preparation in one of the areas of specialization within the field of fisheries and wildlife, a foundation for careers in administration, research, management, teaching, or extension. The department offers the following areas of specialization within the field of fisheries and wildlife: conservation biology, restoration ecology, human dimensions, fisheries ecology and management, wildlife ecology and management, population dynamics and modeling, limnology, aquaculture, environmental management, environmental education, and environmental toxicology. The student may elect either Plan A (with thesis) or Plan B (without thesis). A total of 30 credits are required for the degree under either Plan A or Plan B. The student and the major professor plan a program of study that includes courses related to one of the areas of specialization within the field of fisheries and wildlife referenced above and three credits of Fisheries and Wildlife 893. The program must be approved by the student's guidance committee.
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