About the course
Expand your career horizons. Through building on what youve learned in the Fish and Wildlife Technician program, and adding more in-depth studies into the science of fish and wildlife management, youll be prepared for even greater career success in the field. Youll take part in more hands-on field experiences and related work placements, training in advanced laboratory techniques, data compilation and analysis, and report writing. An exciting, four-weeks of field placement provides you with the opportunity to further explore your career options - and make valuable employment contacts. Two, week-long field camps in the fall and winter will round out your more intensive experience and extensive skill set. Fleming is the only college in Ontario offering a third year specialization in Fish and Wildlife Technology. Program graduates are eligible for advanced standing into Trent Universitys Honours Bachelor of Science in Biology or Honours Bachelor of Science in Environmental and Resource Studies and can complete their Honours degree with just two years of study at Trent. Program graduates are eligible for advanced standing entry to Wilfrid Laurier University, Honours Bachelor of Environmental Studies and can complete this degree with two years of study.
Intake Months
JANUARY, SEPTEMBER
Delivery Locations
C58628
Qualification
Bachelor Degree
Duration
6 Semesters
English language requirements
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6.5
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80
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58
Start date and prices
Starting Duration Fees Status Campus
January, 2023 Duration 6 Semesters Course fee CAD 19,538
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City Open Now Campus Frost (Lindsay) Campus
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Fleming College

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Fleming College is named after famous Canadian inventor and engineer sir Sanford Fleming, the college features more than 100 full-time programs in arts and heritage, business, environmental and natural resource sciences, general arts and sciences, health and wellness, justice and community development, skilled trades and technology, and continuing education. It has more than 5,900 full-time and 10,000 part-time students, and 71,000 alumni.
Fleming has something to offer to all students, post-graduate programs, apprenticeships, diploma programs and certificates as well as part-time or continuing education courses and online courses. This range of choices allows for greater flexibility and accessibility to better meet the diverse needs of our students. Located in the heart of central Ontario, Fleming College has campus locations in Peterborough, Lindsay, Cobourg and Halliburton.
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Frost (Lindsay) Campus - Fleming College

200 Albert Street South, Lindsay, Ontario, K9V 5E6

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Our Frost Campus is surrounded by the natural beauty of rivers, lakes and green space. Located close to Lindsay’s historic downtown in City of Kawartha Lakes, the student-friendly community offers numerous opportunities to get out and explore in all four seasons.