Animal Science - Wildlife Ecology Program
The Bachelor of Science in animal science with minor in wildlife ecology is ideal for students who enjoy being outdoors, consider themselves environmentalists or conservationists, and would like to ensure that wild animals and humans live in harmony in their shared environments.
The wildlife ecology program prepares students to study animals—endangered species, game and non-game species, and wildlife pests—with a special focus on their interaction with humans. Wildlife ecologists are primarily concerned with maintaining these animals in numbers that are in the best interest of society.
Animal Science - Wildlife Management Program
The Bachelor of Science in animal science with minor in wildlife management is ideal for students who enjoy the outdoors, interacting with nature, and are interested in the production and management of wildlife.
The wildlife management program prepares students to endangered species, both
Students are encouraged to actively participate in professional extracurricular activities. Some of those sponsored by the department include Block and Bridle, Collegiate FFA, Ducks Unlimited, Rodeo Club, and Texas Trophy Hunters.
|Degree Type||Bachelor of Science (B.S.)|
|Length||120 Credit Hours|
|Enrollment||Fall, Spring, Summer|
|Tuition/Costs||Rates Per Semester|
The department also offers a Bachelor of Science in animal science without a specific minor and a Bachelor of Science in animal science with pre-veterinary medicine concentration.