Wildlife

Learn about wildlife research, management, and education, as well as application of biological, ecological, economic, and social knowledge to wildlife management issues. Studies emphasis understanding ecosystems function, natural and human disturbance, and ecosystem resilience. You are preparing for work in public organizations (state/federal fish and wildlife), not-for-profit organizations (Nature Conservancy, Ducks Unlimited), private consulting firms, or for graduate studies (MS, PhD, DVM). This degree meets the educational standards of The Wildlife Society to become a Certified Wildlife Biologist.

Wildlife Website

Plan of Study

Wildlife, BS


Related Career Interests

Careers in Wildlife

  • Wildlife ecologist
  • Land steward
  • Wildlife biologist
  • Wildlife refuge manager
  • Research biologist
  • Graduate or professional school

Transfer to Wildlife

Purdue admits to individual majors. In addition to meeting overall Purdue transfer criteria, such as minimum high school course requirements, applicants must also meet major-specific requirements. The major-specific criteria for this program are listed below. Students who meet or exceed these are the most competitive candidates for admission. Before applying, review the closed programs page to confirm your desired major is open to transfer students for your desired entry term.

Minimum GPA: 2.5

Contact Information
Forestry and Natural Resources
(765) 494-3591
JoinFNR@purdue.edu

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