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Title

Wildlife

Degree Level

Bachelor of Science

Minor Code

 

Advisor's Name

W. L. Mills

Advisor's Phone

(765) 494-3591

Advisor's Email

wmills@purdue.edu

Information

The wildlife program prepares students for professional careers in wildlife research, management, and education. Students apply biological, ecological, economic, and social knowledge to develop and administer wildlife management plans. Graduates receive a Bachelor of Science degree. This Department of Forestry and Natural Resources curriculum has common core requirements with the fisheries and aquatic sciences, forestry, and natural resources curricula. Emphasis is on sustainable management of natural resource systems—focusing on forests, watersheds, and associated flora and fauna to meet the needs of society.

Credit Hours

134

Description

Freshman Year

First Semester

(0.5) AGR 10100 (Introduction to the College of Agriculture and Purdue University)

(0.5) AGR 11900 (Introduction to Forestry and Natural Resources Academic Programs)

(4) BIOL 11000 (Fundamentals of Biology I)

(3) CHM 11100 (General Chemistry)

(4) ENGL 10600 (First-Year Composition)

(3) MA 22300 (Introductory Analysis I)

Total Credits: 15


Second Semester

(4) BTNY 11000 (Introduction to Plant Science)

(3) CHM 11200 (General Chemistry)

(3) COM 11400 (Fundamentals of Speech Communication)

(3) FNR 10300 (Introduction to Environmental Conservation)

(3) MA 22400 (Introductory Analysis II)

Total Credits: 16

Sophomore Year

Third Semester

(3) FNR 22500 (Dendrology)

(3) FNR 24100 (Ecology and Systematics of Fishes and Mammals)

(1) FNR 24200 (Laboratory in Ecology and Systematics of Fishes and Mammals)

(3) STAT 30100 (Elementary Statistical Methods)

(3) Microeconomics selective

(3) Social science or humanities selective

Total Credits: 16


Fourth Semester

(3) AGRY 27000 (Forest Soils)

(2) BIOL 28600 (Introduction to Ecology and Evolution)

(3) FNR 21000 (Natural Resource Information Management)

(3) FNR 25100 (Ecology and Systematics of Amphibians, Reptiles, and Birds)

(1) FNR 25200 (Laboratory in Ecology and Systematics of Amphibians, Reptiles, and Birds)

(3) FNR 34800 (Wildlife Investigational Techniques)

Total Credits: 15

 

Summer Session

(2) FNR 37000 (Natural Resources Practicum)

(4) FNR 37300 (Wildlife Practicum)

Total Credits: 6

Junior Year

Fifth Semester

(3) FNR 33100 (Forest Ecosystems)

(3) FNR 36500 (Natural Resources Issues, Policy, and Administration)

(3) FNR 40600 (Natural Resource and Environmental Economics)

(2) Botany selective

(2) Ecotoxicology or wildlife disease selective

(3) Written or oral communication selective

Total Credits: 16


Sixth Semester

(3) FNR 34100 (Wildlife Habitat Management)

(3) FNR 37500 (Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management)

(3) Social science or humanities selective

(3) Wildlife selective

(6) Electives

Total Credits: 18

Senior Year

Seventh Semester

(4) FNR 44700 (Vertebrate Population Dynamics)

(1) FNR 47000 (Fundamentals of Planning)

(3) Ethics selective

(3) Humanities selective

(6) Electives

Total Credits: 17


Eighth Semester

(3) FNR 30500 (Conservation Genetics)

(3) FNR 40800 (Natural Resources Planning)

(3) Social science or humanities selective

(3) Wildlife selective

(3) Elective

Total Credits: 15

Additional Information

 

Department

FNR

ParentMajor

 

DegreeType

Major

Archived

No

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