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2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog 
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology B.A./B.S.

Students in this major may obtain either the BA or BS degree. In addition to the requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences, fisheries, wildlife, and conservation biology majors must take the courses of Block A, Block B, and one of the three options of Block C as shown below. Each fisheries, wildlife, and conservation biology major will need to take an additional 10 to 18 credit hours of free electives to meet graduation requirements. Students who wish to qualify for professional certification as fisheries or wildlife biologists should consult their academic advisors about any additional courses needed for such certification.

Bachelor’s degree requirements

Required courses

Block A: Courses offered by other departments

  • One math course Credits: (3–4)
    *To be selected from among MATH 100, 150, or 220.
  • Chemistry courses Credits: (13)
    **To be fulfilled by CHM 210, 230, 350, and 351 or by CHM 210, 230, and BIOCH 265.

Students who plan to proceed into graduate programs should take the following:

Additional requirements

Block C: Options

Total credit hours required for graduation: (120)