The Wildlife and Fisheries curriculum offers a comprehensive study of wildlife, fish, and their habitats, encompassing biology, ecology, management, and conservation. This program allows students to specialize in either wildlife or fisheries by selecting relevant electives.
At the two-year level, students will develop a solid foundation in biology, ecology, and natural resource management, gaining both basic and technical knowledge.
Upon pursuing the four-year degree, students will deepen their theoretical and conceptual grasp of biology, ecology, management, and research.
As part of the bachelor's degree requirements, students must complete an undergraduate senior thesis showcasing the knowledge acquired during their undergraduate education. This prepares them for various natural resource careers or further studies at the graduate level.