Wildlife Conservation and Management

Major(s)

Wildlife Conservation and Management (Comprehensive)

Bachelor of Science

This major is offered in cooperation with the Department of Environmental Plant Science and Natural Resources.

Major requirements (65-68 hours):

  1. Specific General Education Requirements: BIO 121(4); GLG 110(4) or GLG 171(3) or GRY 142(4); GRY 100(3) or GRY 108(3); MTH 130(3) or higher.

  2. Agriculture requirements:
    1. AGN 115(3) or AGP 103(3); AGN 143(3), 215(3), 335(3); AGP 365(3) or AGP 370(3) or AGN 543(3); AGP 581(3); GEP 101(2) or UHC 110(2) or AGR 301(1).
    2. Two courses from: AGB 354(2), AGN 351(2), AGN 465(3), AGP 583(3), AGP 585(3).
  3. Biology requirements:
    1. BIO 121(4)*, 122(4)*, 334(3), 339(2), 367(3), 368(1); BIO 373(3) or BIO 532(3).
    2. Two courses from: BIO 370(4), 573(3), 575(3), 576(3), 577(3).

  4. CHM 116(4) and 117(1); or CHM 160(4) and 161(1).
  5. 10 additional hours in courses numbered 200 level or higher in Agriculture and/or Biology.

  6. AGR 490(1) or BIO 302(1) or BIO 494(1); BIO 492(0).

  7. Public Affairs Capstone Experience Requirement will be fulfilled by completion of BIO 373(3) or BIO 532(3) and two courses from 2b.

University level requirements:

  1. General Education Program and Requirements
  2. General Baccalaureate Degree Requirements

Accelerated graduate program in Natural and Applied Science

Eligible Missouri State undergraduate students may apply for admission to the Master of Natural and Applied Science program and begin taking graduate course work as they complete the work for a bachelor’s degree. A maximum of 12 hours of graduate credit may be counted toward both the undergraduate and graduate degree (Mixed Credit). Refer to the Graduate Catalog for specific admission requirements.

Refer to Undergraduate Students Taking Graduate Classes for additional information and procedures for obtaining permission for Mixed Credit.

Accelerated graduate certificate in Science Content

Eligible Missouri State undergraduate students may apply for admission to the Science Content certificate program and begin taking graduate course work as they complete the work for a bachelor’s degree. A maximum of 12 hours of graduate credit may be counted toward both the undergraduate and graduate certificate (Mixed Credit). Refer to the Graduate Catalog for specific admission requirements.

Refer to Undergraduate Students Taking Graduate Classes for additional information and procedures for obtaining permission for Mixed Credit.