Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology Neil
FWCB Graduate Program
Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology is an intercollegiate degree program co-administered by the College of Natural Resources, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and College of Veterinary Medicine.
The Department of Applied Ecology offers graduate programs leading to Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees in Zoology, as well as a non-thesis Master of Zoology degree. For the MS and PhD degrees, graduate work consists of a program of courses, seminars, and research planned in conjunction with the student’s adviser and advisory committee. The non-thesis Master of Zoology program consists primarily of coursework and helps prepare students for positions in science education or professional programs (e.g., human or veterinary medicine).
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