Bachelor of Science in Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservative Biology
The study of fisheries, wildlife, conservation, or environmental biology provides students with a strong biological background that can be used to preserve and protect the natural world. This major leads to either a BA or BS degree. As part of their graduation requirements, Fisheries, Wildlife, Conservation, and Environmental Biology majors must complete the following courses as well as 10 to 18 hours of free electives. For students who wish to qualify for professional certification as fisheries or wildlife biologists, their academic advisors are the best person to contact.