Minor, Wildlife Biology and Conservation
The minor in wildlife biology and conservation offers a minimum set of courses to provide students with an understanding of the principles upon which management of wildlife populations is based and to familiarize students with techniques used in wildlife management and research.
Students must earn a C- grade or better in each course.
Minimum Requirements for Wildlife Biology and Conservation Minor: 15 credits
|BIOL F471||Population Ecology||3|
|WLF F301||Design of Wildlife Studies||3|
|WLF F322||Principles and Techniques of Wildlife Management||3|
|Approved BIOL and WLF electives 1||6|
Only biology or wildlife electives that are not required for the student’s major. Electives must be 300- or 400 level courses and must be approved by the chair of the wildlife biology and conservation program.
Note: Prerequisites for required courses include BIOL F115X, BIOL F116X, BIOL F371, CHEM F105X, MATH F151X, and WLF F101 Depending upon a student’s major, some of these prerequisites may satisfy the 6 elective credits in biology and wildlife required for this minor.