Natural Resources: Wildlife and Conservation Biology M.S.
NATURAL RESOURCES: WILDLIFE AND CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
The MS option in Wildlife and Conservation Biology is typically pursued by those with a BS in Wildlife, Biology, Zoology, Environmental Studies, or related field. Research often takes an integrated ﬁeld-laboratory approach to study population ecology and conservation, community and landscape ecology, conservation biology and genetics, and applied wildlife management issues. Graduates are employed by state and federal agencies, NGOs, and environmental consulting firms, with a number continuing for a PhD at other institutions.