Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology - Graduate Minor
A minor in Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Ecology requires 9 credits of graduate coursework that carries the FWCE prefix. Official minor documentation must be completed with the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology. Students wishing to obtain to obtain a graduate minor in Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology (FWCE) must: 1) obtain approval from the Department Head of the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology Department Head; 2) have a FWCE faculty member as part of their graduate advisory committee; FWCE faculty member needs to approve the proposed program of study for the minor; 3) complete a minimum of 9 credit hours in graduate level (500) classes with the FWCE prefix. FWCE 509 Population Ecology (s) (3 s.h.) is required, plus an additional 6 credit hours.
|The graduate minor in FWCE would require nine credit hours in FWCE graduate-level courses and would include the following:|
|Population Ecology (s)||3|
|Required elective (at least 3-4 credits from one of the following||3-4|
|Wildlife Law and Policy||3|
|Three credits from any of the remaining graduate courses in Wildlife Science||3|