The minor will provide basic ecological and management knowledge about, and will cultivate an appreciation for, the value of wildlife resources. The objective of the wildlife sciences minor is to provide students, who might pursue careers in related areas of natural resources management, with basic ecological and management knowledge about wildlife resources. Additionally, the minor will provide students majoring in unrelated fields an appreciation for the value wildlife resources and the need for sound management.
Required Courses (13-14 credit hours)
Elective Courses (3 credit hours)
Admissions and Certification of Minor
Students must have a GPA of 2.0 or above to be admitted into the minor. Any student seeking a minor must consult with the minor adviser on a plan of work and must file the appropriate paperwork to declare the minor through the office of Registration and Records. Declaring minor too late may result in recognition of the minor NOT appearing on student's final transcript. The wildlife minor is not available to fisheries and wildlife sciences majors.
Advising for the Minor:
Dr. Chris Moorman
Ms. Cindy Burke
last updated: February 10, 2010