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Wildlife Science
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phone: 208-885-6434
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College of Natural Resources
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 1136
Moscow, ID 83844-1136
Young moose stands in water

The wildlife science program at the University of Idaho is respected internationally for producing top professionals who are making significant contributions in their respected fields.

We offer a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Resources, multiple study options in the Master’s of Science in Natural Resources (M.S.N.R), as a well as a Ph.D program. Each will prepare you for a fulfilling career with any number of organizations responsible for concerving and managing wildlife resources, such as:

  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Idaho Department of Fish and Game
  • Bureau of Land Management
  • Private industry as a environmental consultant, research specialist, lab technician, wildlife ecologist

What You Can Expect
In our program you’ll gain a comprehensive, holistic-based understanding of the world of wildlife resources. You’ll develop a working knowledge of concepts, principles and important social and political concepts that influence policy decisions, all built upon a science-based curriculum.

Through classroom learning and research activities, you’ll:

  • Have a validated, research-based approach for understanding critical wildlife issues.
  • Learn proper scientific methodologies, including: how to generate research proposals, conduct research, gather data and tactics for writing and communicating results.
  • Gain an understanding of how wildlife resource issues interface with other natural resource disciplines such as: range management, forest management, as well as related areas, including land and community planning and environmental science.
  • Understand factors and trends that can help groups more intelligently plan for optimizing wildlife and human populations.
  • Have the ability to decipher and tackle real-world challenges from multiple perspectives.
  • Learn effectual collaboration, problem solving and management strategies.