Bachelor of Science, Biology - Fisheries & Wildlife Concentration
Bachelor of Science, Biology Fisheries & Wildlife Concentration
With a long history of excellence in fisheries & wildlife biology, natural history, ecology, and organismal biology, including the study of fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals, plants, and invertebrates, we offer outstanding opportunities for students to specialize in fisheries & wildlife, natural resource management, and wildlife law enforcement. ESU Fisheries & Wildlife Track students conduct research in fisheries and wildlife topics and train for careers in natural resources conservation. ESU’s Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society is active in promoting professionalism, networking, conservation awareness, and education in fisheries & wildlife management.
What can you do with this degree?
- Wildlife Area Manager
- Private Lands Wildlife Consultant
- Environmental Consultation
- Wildlife Research in Graduate School and Beyond
- Game Warden
See complete degree requirements for the Fisheries and Wildlife Concentration.