Some of the Benefits of studying Wildlife and Wildlands are:

  • High Job placement potential
  • exciting careers
  • Great Field Experiences
  • Highly Dedicated faculty and staff
  • Excellent Salary Potential
  • Small Classes
  • Spend Time Outdoors
  • Low Student/Instructor Ratio
  • Personalized Counseling
  • High Admission Rates for Graduates
  • Take an active part in protecting wildlife

Make a Difference!
Sheep

Protect Wildlife

work to protect animals and their habitats.

Helicopter bucket fire supression

Fire Suppression

Watch spectacular displays of aerial fire suppression.
7 students out in the field

Come test your courage!

Sometimes being a Wildlife and wildlands major
means toughing out the coldest of weather.
Fawn with student

Exciting outdoor career opportunities

Help make a difference in wildlife conservation.
Professor with students

Small Class Sizes

Smaller class sizes means a closer relationship
with professors, and one-on-one mentoring.
4 students in the field

Outdoor learning opportunities


go on field trips to places with stunning landscapes.

Wildfire

Prescribed Fire for Research

By using controlled fires, we can burn away dead foliage in a controlled manner so to minimize the risk of natural fire that we can not control.

Configuring test equipment in the field

Gain Technical Skills

Work with equipment and gain technical skills.