Wildlife and Biodiversity Conservation Concentration

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BIO 401Principles of Conservation Biology4
BOT 313Taxonomy of Vascular Plants4
BOT 433Field Botany: California Plant Diversity5
LA/NR 218Applications in GIS3
or GEOG 318 Applications in GIS
Zoology Courses
Select from the following: 112
Mammalogy
Ichthyology
Ornithology
Herpetology
General Entomology
Invertebrate Zoology
Ecology Courses
Select from the following:8
Wildlife Management
Population Ecology
Community Ecology
Approved Electives 2,3
Select from the following:7
Principles of Range Management
Mammalogy
Ichthyology
Ornithology
Herpetology
Wildlife Ecology
Vertebrate Field Zoology
Extended Field Biology Activity
General Entomology
Invertebrate Zoology
Special Problems for Advanced Undergraduates 5
Biogeography
Analytical Methods in Ecology
Wildlife Management
Parasitology
Environmental Physiology
Behavioral Ecology
Population Ecology
Community Ecology
Ecosystem Ecology
Senior Project - Research Proposal 4, 5
Senior Project - Research 4, 5
Honors Research 5
Plant Ecology
The Learn By Doing Lab Teaching Practicum 5
Advanced-Applications in GIS
Marine Ecology
Marine Botany
Fisheries Science and Resource Management
Introduction to Forest Ecosystem Management
Environmental Management
Environmental Law
Environmental Impact Analysis and Management
Applied GIS
Applied Resource Analysis and Assessment
Applied Experimental Design and Regression Models
Applied Regression Analysis
Applied Linear Models
Statistical Computing with SAS
Statistical Analysis of Time Series
Applied Multivariate Statistics
Survey Sampling and Methodology
Total units43
1

Students seeking certification as an Associate Wildlife Biologist via the Wildlife Society should see their faculty advisor for assistance.

2

Consultation with a faculty advisor is recommended prior to selecting approved electives; selections may impact pursuit of post-baccalaureate studies and/or goals.

3

Courses taken to meet a major or support requirement cannot be double-counted as an elective.

4

 If BIO 461 or BIO 462 is used to meet the Senior Project Requirement, it cannot also be counted as an Approved Elective.

5

Maximum of 6 units may be applied toward Approved Electives from "by arrangement" courses: BIO 400, BIO 461, BIO 462, BIO 463, ENGR 322/SCM 302.