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Bachelor of Science
Fisheries, Range and Wildlife Management: Wildlife (B.S.)
Learn about wildlife and the systems that go into managing wildlife. Get more involved with understanding all the aspects of wildlife, like ecosystems and studying different groups of animals.
A male student and a female student conduct outdoor experiments among sagebrush to analyze local wildlife data for a Fisheries, Range, and Wildlife Management class. Mountains are in the background.
Gain Hands-On Experience
This degree allows you to focus more on animals and their lives. You work closely with different environments to be sure they are well preserved and functioning properly. This is an amazing opportunity to help nature and animals that provide us with so much to continue thriving.

Those who work in wildlife conservation make a difference not only in the community around the areas they work, but to the animals and ecosystems they work to protect. You can be employed by state parks, states, and companies to help preserve different environments.

* with course work requirements designed to meet State and Federal hiring prerequisites, and to prepare students for graduate studies.

Highlighted Career Paths

Graduates with a degree in Wildlife Management have a wide array of rewarding careers before them. Check out some of the top careers students get with this degree or explore more career options in I-Plan.
Wildlife Biologist
Study wildlife and how they interact with their environment. Tag wildlife, help relocate them, and monitor a species’ population in certain areas. They help protect these ecosystems when commercial or residential buildings want to build on land.
Park Ranger
A park ranger works mainly outdoors in monitoring trails, campgrounds, and other outdoor areas to be sure that the people, the environment, and the animals are safe. Their main job is to protect and preserve the natural environment as well as those visiting it.
Natural Resource Manager
A natural resource manager, or conservation scientist, has the responsibility of preserving natural resources. This includes helping to preserve bodies of water, wildlife, plants, and more. Many natural resource managers specialize in one specific area to help conserve.

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