£6,091 per year
Graduate study in Wildlife Conservation and Management provides opportunities to explore ecological principles, field research techniques, tools for data analysis, and applications of research findings to management and conservation of all types of wildlife resources. Scholars interested in wildlife ecology have long had a hand in how to manage wildlife resources for conservation, recreation, or yield. This coupling of academic research with real world application is the hallmark of the faculty, students, and collaborators associated with the Wildlife and Fisheries Resources Program in the School of Natural Resources at the University of Arizona.
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