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Wildlife and Fisheries Science Minor

The Wildlife and Fisheries Science minor provides non-majors with a basic competency to the principles and practices of wildlife and fisheries conservation, research, and management.

Students must complete a minimum of 18 credits from the following list to complete the minor.

A grade of C or better is required for all courses in the minor.

Requirements

For the minor in Wildlife & Fisheries, students must take:

  • W F S 209 (3) - Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation
  • W F S 430 (3) - Conservation Biology

As well as select at least 12 credits of additional courses from:

  • W F S 300 (2) - The Vertebrates
  • W F S 407 (3) - Ornithology
  • W F S 408 (3) - Mammalogy
  • W F S 410 (3) - Fisheries Science
  • W F S 422 (3) - Ecology of Fishes
  • W F S/E R M 435 (3) - Limnology
  • W F S 440 (3) - Natural Resources Public Relations
  • W F S 447W (3) - Wildlife Management
  • W F S 450 (3) - Wetland Conservation
  • W F S 452 (2) - Ichthyology
  • W F S 460 (3) - Wildlife Behavior
  • W F S 462 (3) - Amphibians and Reptiles
  • W F S 463W (3) - Fishery Management

    Last Revised by the Department: Summer Session 2009

Procedures for Enrollment

Students may apply for admission to the Wildlife and Fisheries Science minor through LionPATH.

For more information, contact Ellen Manno.

Contact Information

Ellen A. Manno
  • Instructor and Coordinator of Undergraduate Programs and Alumni Relations
Email:
Phone: 814-863-0362