Wildlife Biology and Management Minor A minor is a structured group of courses that leads to considerable knowledge and understanding of a subject, although with less depth than a major. Some employers consider minors desirable, and the corresponding major requirements at the University may stipulate a minor. Some students choose to complement their major program with a minor in a related field or even in an entirely different field of interest. Students interested in pursuing an academic minor should contact their college dean’s office and the department responsible for the minor program for guidance and advising.
The Wildlife Biology and Management Minor compliments a variety of degree programs at the University of Kentucky. The program is ideal for students planning to pursue careers in conservation, resource management, ecology, husbandry and more.
Zoologists and wildlife biologists study animals and other wildlife and how they interact with their ecosystems. They study the physical characteristics of animals, animal behaviors, and the impacts humans have on wildlife and natural habitats.
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Zoologists and wildlife biologists work in offices, laboratories, or outdoors. Depending on their job, they may spend considerable time in the field gathering data and studying animals in their natural habitats.
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What You'll Study
TWO of the following courses:
ONE of the following courses:
*Forestry majors may not select FOR 340 or FOR 400 to count towards the Minor Electives. Forestry majors must select one of the other courses listed under the Minor Electives.
Total Hours Required: Minimum 21 hours
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College of Agriculture, Food & Environment
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