£2,148 per semester
Established in 1936, the Fish and Wildlife Management Program at MSU is one of the oldest and most successful natural resource programs in the United States. The Program, which offers BS (Fish and Wildlife Management Option of the Biological Sciences Degree), MS, and PhD (joint program with the University of Montana) degrees, has awarded over 270 graduate degrees since 1936. Current undergraduate enrollment is around 200. More than 30 graduate students are enrolled in MS or PhD programs.The M.S. in Fish & Wildlife Management serves the needs of students whose thesis research addresses an applied fish or wildlife management problem. It may be a terminal degree leading to professional employment as a fisheries or wildlife biologist, but may also lead to a Ph.D. in Fish & Wildlife Biology or other discipline. Coursework associated with this degree tends to emphasize applied fish and wildlife management
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