Wildlife and Fisheries Biology and Management

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If you enjoy the outdoors and especially value its ecology and what it offers, Wildlife and Fisheries Biology and Management might be a great career choice.
Areas within this discipline include work in field biology, law enforcement, and working with the public. Entry into these professions typically requires a bachelor's degree in a natural resource science. An associate degree will prepare students to transfer to a wildlife and fisheries bachelor's program almost anywhere.
At Casper College, you learn the fundamentals of science, particularly biology, that you can apply to future coursework. Whether you are interested in a terrestrial or a fisheries emphasis, our A.S. program will provide the basics you need to succeed. Many of our graduates are now successful in the profession as managers and biologists in several different agencies and companies across the country.

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