Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences Minor

Also available via Ecampus.

A sequence in the following is a prerequisite to the Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences minor:

Select one of the following groups:12
Group A: Principles of Biology
*PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY
*PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY
*PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY
Group B: Introductory Biology
*INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY I
*INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY II
*INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY III
Total Hours12

A minimum of 27 credits is required with a combination of the following courses. Double counting restrictions, when applicable, are listed for each section. Double counting towards baccalaureate core is permitted.

Section 1: Foundation
BI 370ECOLOGY 13
FW 251PRINCIPLES OF FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION 13
Section 2: Species
Two courses in this section may be double counted. 2
Species Evolution and Biology3-4
Select one course from below: 3-4
BIOLOGY AND CONSERVATION OF MARINE MAMMALS
BIOLOGY AND CONSERVATION OF MARINE MAMMALS
ORNITHOLOGY
SYSTEMATICS OF BIRDS
ICHTHYOLOGY
MAMMALOGY
ECOLOGY OF MARINE AND ESTUARINE BIRDS
HERPETOLOGY
Systematics2-3
Select one course from below:2-3
SYSTEMATICS OF BIRDS
SYSTEMATICS OF FISHES
SYSTEMATICS OF MAMMALS
SYSTEMATIC HERPETOLOGY
Section 3: Electives
Select a minimum of 14–16 credits from the following courses or from Section 2:14-16
None of these courses may be double counted.
*CONSENSUS AND NATURAL RESOURCES
FIELD TECHNIQUES FOR MARINE MAMMAL CONSERVATION
SURVEY OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN NATURAL RESOURCE
INTRODUCTORY POPULATION DYNAMICS
APPLIED COMMUNITY AND ECOSYSTEM ECOLOGY
MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES OF PACIFIC SALMON IN THE NORTHWEST
*FOOD FROM THE SEA
*GLOBAL CRISES IN RESOURCE ECOLOGY
INTEGRATED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT
WILDLIFE CAPTURE AND IMMOBILIZATION
*MULTICULTURAL PERSPECTIVES IN NATURAL RESOURCES
FISH AND WILDLIFE LAW ENFORCEMENT
*GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
*ENDANGERED SPECIES, SOCIETY AND SUSTAINABILITY
*CITIZEN SCIENCE
*ORIGINS OF F&W MANAGEMENT-EVOLUTION, GENETICS, AND ECOLOGY
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS IN FISH AND WILDLIFE
CONSERVATION GENETICS
FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE LAW AND POLICY
THE NATURAL HISTORY OF WHALES AND WHALING
AQUATIC BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS
INTRODUCTION TO OCEAN LAW
COASTAL ECOLOGY AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
PRINCIPLES OF WILDLIFE DISEASES
FW 431
ESTUARINE ECOLOGY
^WILDLIFE IN AGRICULTURAL ECOSYSTEMS
^HUMAN DIMENSIONS OF FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION
AVIAN CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT
BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION IN MANAGED FORESTS
^FISHERY BIOLOGY
FRESHWATER ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION
MAMMAL CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT
ECOSYSTEM SERVICES
MARINE CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
MARINE FISHERIES
ANTARCTIC SCIENCE AND CONSERVATION
METHODS IN PHYSIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR OF MARINE MEGAFAUNA
*ECOLOGY AND HISTORY: LANDSCAPES OF THE COLUMBIA BASIN
ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY OF FISHES
FISH ECOLOGY
EARLY LIFE HISTORY OF FISHES
WILDLIFE BEHAVIOR
FISH PHYSIOLOGY
WETLANDS AND RIPARIAN ECOLOGY
WILDLIFE ECOLOGY
PROBLEM SOLVING IN FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE SCIENCE
EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATIONS IN FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE SCIENCE
FISH DISEASES IN CONSERVATION BIOLOGY AND AQUACULTURE
FIELD METHODS FOR MARINE RESEARCH
FISH DISEASES IN CONSERVATION BIOLOGY AND AQUACULTURE LAB
^AQUACULTURE
AQUACULTURE LABORATORY
SPECIAL TOPICS IN FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE
Total Hours27-32

Minor Code: 734