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Student Learning Outcomes

Graduates will have demonstrated the following student learning outcomes:

  1. Demonstrate training in the principles, methods, and tools of wildlife research, management, and conservation
  2. Develop an understanding of how animals interact with each other and their natural environment
  3. Develop the ability to use the fundamental principles of wildlife ecology to solve local, regional and national conservation and management issues
  4. Develop the ability to work collaboratively on team-based projects
  5. Demonstrate proficiency in the writing, speaking, and critical thinking skills needed to become a wildlife technician
  6. Gain an appreciation for the modern scope of scientific inquiry in the field of wildlife conservation management
  7. Develop an ability to analyze, present and interpret wildlife conservation management information.
  8. Develop an understanding of how to utilize management techniques to achieve desired management goals.
  9. Understand the physical environment and the biological systems of which they are part. Students will come to understand that our actions influence these environments.