Students who are interested in the wildlife life sciences, whole organisms, ecology, and the biological aspects of the environment can find their interests met in the Wildlife Conservation major. Students in this program learn about wildlife management; conservation techniques; and non-domesticated animals, including mammals, birds, insects, reptiles, and amphibians.
Environmental consulting and education. Wildlife biologist and endangered species biologist. Wetlands protection and rehabilitation. These careers and more are shared by Wildlife Conservation alumni, many of whom work for state and federal agencies; museums; environmental consulting firms; parks; zoos and arboreta. While some students enter the workforce right after college, others choose to further their education in graduate school, studying subjects like wildlife management, wildlife ecology, avian ecology, entomology, forest ecology, and conservation biology. Whatever your goal, we encourage you to participate in job-search workshops and career days, seek an internship, develop your communication skills, and learn to network with prospective employers.
For more information on any of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources majors, contact the Office of Academic Programs at (302) 831-2508 or stop by 104 Townsend Hall.
Check the Dictionary of Occupational Titles under section 041 for additional related careers.
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