Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, & Aquaculture
Sustainable management of wildlife and fisheries resources, conserving threatened species and critical habitats, and working with nature for societies well-being, requires a new generation of talented young professionals.
The Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Aquaculture offers a bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree to train the next generation of natural resource professionals. A non-thesis online master's in conservation education is also available. In addition to training future wildlife and fisheries professionals, our faculty conduct robust research, training and outreach programs focused in the broad areas of wildlife and fisheries management, ecology, habitat management, conservation biology, environmental sciences, aquatic sciences, aquaculture, wildlife disease, human-wildlife interactions and zoology.
Teaching, Research, Extension, & Service.
World-class faculty in the department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Aquaculture are here to create a once-in-a-lifetime learning experience where the classroom is outdoors, the atmosphere is fun and exciting, there are opportunities to get hands-on experience working with wildlife, and we train future leaders in conservation management. To learn more about the departments four core mission areas including teaching, research, outreach and service please click on the links below.