Chair: J. P. Hayes.
Graduate Coordinator: W. M. Kitchens.
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The Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation offers Master of Science (thesis and nonthesis option) and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in wildlife ecology and conservation. Requirements for these degrees are described in the General Information section of this catalog. Program emphases include wildlife biology, ecology, and management; landscape ecology and restoration; human dimensions; tropical and international conservation; and conservation education. Graduate students should have appropriate undergraduate training in the biological, social, and physical sciences including physics, chemistry, and mathematics. Students with inadequate backgrounds may be required to take (without credit at the graduate level) remedial undergraduate courses pertinent to their fields of interest.