Culture of Discovery
Our program is defined by enthusiastic experiential learning. Teaching done in the classroom is complemented by work in the lab and in the field. Through involvement in student groups, approved work experience and research activities, you’ll gain insight into how theories are manifested in the real world. Part of A larger Family
The wildlife resources program has more than 250 students coming from across the country and across the globe. And because we’re situated within the College of Natural Resources
, you’re a part of a larger community which includes abundant opportunities to diversify your educational experience and make connections with peers and faculty members.Inquisitive Minds
Our faculty members are not only skilled educators but are also recognized as top researchers. From Professor Edward Garton’s
work focused on elk genetics to Professor Janet Rachlow’s
work studying population demographics of black-footed ferrets and badgers, there are several ground-breaking research projects where you can get involved.
Whether you are pursing an undergraduate degree or you’re at the graduate level, you’ll have the opportunity to learn validated research and writing methodologies while contributing to critical work in your area of study.