£214 per credit
Wildlife biology is a natural for the University of Montana. Due to Montana’s relatively low human population density and relatively undisturbed landscapes, Montana is one of the best places to see and study wildlife. The wildlife program at UM has national exposure and recognized expertise, from the pioneering research of John Craighead on grizzly bears, to the presidencies of three of our faculty members of The Wildlife Society (three of our faculty members have been Aldo Leopold Award winners), to the recent editorship of a group of our faculty of a national journal. Current faculty and graduate students carry on this tradition.
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