Program Learning Outcomes
Upon the successful completion of program requirements for a B.S in Wildlife Ecology, students will:
- Apply broad foundational knowledge from a variety of biological and physical sciences to critical thinking, problem-solving, and informed decision-making in wildlife conservation.
- Select and apply appropriate field techniques and data collection methods to address questions relevant to animal populations and their habitats.
- Apply natural history skills to identify flora and fauna, and recognize and interpret ecological patterns relevant to animal populations and their habitats.
- Design robust studies and select and apply appropriate analytical tools to address wildlife, fisheries, and conservation biology related management and research questions.
- Apply broad knowledge of social sciences to current issues in the conservation of animal populations and their habitats.