About the course
Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences major requirements prepare undergraduate students for careers in wildlife and fisheries conservation and management. Coursework is directed at organisms, natural populations and communities, their habitats and human users. Imbedded in these courses are additional skills that further enable students to be competitive in the natural resources disciplines. These skills include communications, teamwork, leadership, ethics, statistics, technology, global competence, critical thinking, and problem solving. Most employment is with state and federal natural resource agencies. Each state has natural resource agencies that hire students with wildlife and fisheries sciences degrees and multiple federal agencies hire graduates from the program. In addition, employment opportunities exist with local and tribal governments, non-governmental organizations, and private industry. Many undergraduates continue their education by seeking advanced degrees.
Intake Months
JANUARY, AUGUST
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Qualification
Bachelor Degree
Duration
8 Semesters

South Dakota State University

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South Dakota State University is the state’s largest, most comprehensive higher education institution. It is the state’s largest and best university with university’s most comprehensive range of academic offerings, there’s no better place for the students to explore everything from aerospace to zoology. SDSU provides hands on learning with internship opportunities, study abroad experiences and the experiential learning todays students seek. The university’s mission as an 1862 land grant institution remains the same, to be a beacon of opportunity, providing access to higher education, championing the creation of knowledge and understanding, and continuously expanding the University’s reach.
South Dakota State University offers more than 200 academic programs. Students can choose from 82 majors, 35 specializations, 94 minors, 36 master’s degree programs, 15 Ph.D. programs and two professional doctorates. The university also offers courses at various off campus sites as well as undergraduate and graduate programs online through the Office of Continuing and Distance Education. It remains fully committed both to the historic mission and to meeting new challenges as they arise. The university campus is home to more than 1000 international students from 91 countries. University strives to set the standard in today’s highly competitive world of higher education, while anticipating and planning for what tomorrow may require as well.
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Brookings Campus - South Dakota State University

1026, 9th Avenue Brookings, SD 57006, United States

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Located in eastern South Dakota along Interstate 29, Brookings is a town of about 23,000. Less than an hour from the state’s largest city of Sioux Falls, our safe, family-friendly community thrives on offering big-city amenities while maintaining its small-town feel. Residents enjoy clean and well-maintained roads and city parks, a variety of locally owned shops and restaurants, a short commute time within the city, and plentiful career opportunities in a growing job market. The dynamic between Brookings and the University creates a mutually beneficial relationship complemented by the energy of students and campus programming – athletics, arts, and more – and the student-friendly, off-campus opportunities for entertainment, employment and service.