2024-2025 Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog

BIO 335 Wildlife Management

Principles and practices related to the conservation and management of wild animal populations. Course includes lectures, a class project, a proposal, and problem-solving exercises. Topics include the history of wildlife management, wildlife laws and regulation, vegetation assessment and management, population growth and regulation, counting animals, wildlife harvesting and control, ecosystem management, and population viability analysis. Three hours of lecture per week.




BIO 200 and BIO 290 (or permission of department chair)

General Education


  • Irregular