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£365 per credit

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UMaine’s Master of Wildlife Conservation is a non-thesis degree for students who wish to focus strongly on the course work portion of a degree rather than a thesis. It has allowed past students with undergraduate degrees in subjects such as history, sociology, political science, geology, and theology to develop a foundation in ecological sciences and natural resource management. All of our M.W.C. graduates have found rewarding careers.

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