College of Agriculture

Wildlife students are introduced to wildlife research, management, and education and are able to apply biological, ecological, economic, and social knowledge to wildlife management issues. Students can specialize in areas such as biology of captive animals, communications, community and population ecology, conservation biology, evolutionary biology, game management, habitat management, human dimensions, quantitative analysis, and wildlife physiology and nutrition. This degree meets the educational standards required by The Wildlife Society to become a certified wildlife biologist.

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Plan of Study


Contact Information

Forestry and Natural Resources
Phone: 765-494-3591

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

  • Related Career Interests


    Environment and Ecology

    Science and Research