The link attached provides a very detailed and comprehensive list from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Division on the basic qualifications for a career in wildlife resource management, including degrees and experience needed for various types positions.
The University of Arkansas at Monticello offers a wildlife management major. It also recommends earning a Masters of Science degree.
You might be qualified for a management position with just a 2-year degree, but a bachelors degree or higher can open up more prestigious opportunities. The University of Idaho has a wildlife resources bachelor’s program, requiring courses like evolution of life, systematic botany, dendrology, wildlife ecology, and organic chemistry. Delaware State University offers a bachelor’s degree in wildlife management, incorporating studies in zoology, water conservation, soil preservation, genetics, and global effects on wildlife.
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