University Catalog 2023-2024

Wildlife Sciences (Minor)

To see more about what you will learn in this program, visit the Learning Outcomes website!

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.

Admissions and Certification of Minor

Students must have a GPA of 2.0 or above to be admitted into the minor. The wildlife minor is not available to fisheries and wildlife sciences majors. Interested and eligible students can add the minor in MyPack Portal.

Contact Person

Dr. Lara Pacifici
Turner House

SIS Code:  15WSCIM

Plan Requirements

  • Overall GPA must be above 2.5.
Required Courses10
Conservation of Natural Resources
Forest Ecology
Wildlife Management
Elective Courses6-7
Wildlife Habitat Management
Human Dimensions of Wildlife and Fisheries
International Wildlife Management and Conservation
Principles of Wildlife Science
Tropical Wildlife Ecology
African Ecology and Conservation
Human Dimensions of Conservation Biology in the Bahamas
Total Hours16-17