Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology

While studying Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology (FWCB), you’ll learn about the care and management of wildlife, fish, or aquatic resources. This curriculum emphasizes biological and environmental sciences and other coursework needed for careers in fisheries, wildlife, conservation biology, and other natural resource and environmental fields. Coursework will prepare you to research, plan, and implement the management, protection, and enhancement of fisheries and aquatic resources, wildlife resources, and biological diversity.

Student Groups

Find more information about student groups related to this area of study at GopherLink.

  • FWBC Club
  • Hunting, Fishing, and Shooting Club
  • Pre-Vet Club
  • Marine Biology Club
  • Zoological, Exotic, Avian and Wildlife Medicine Club

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  • Undergraduate-level classes are 1000-4000. Graduate-level classes are 5000-7000.

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