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Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences

College of Agriculture & Life Sciences

At a time when natural resources face ever-increasing demands, Texas A&M University graduates are prepared to meet the challenges. The Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences (WFSC) is a national leader in programs for managing and conserving wildlife and fisheries resources.

Emphasis is placed on an ecological approach to the integrated management, development and conservation of natural resources. The academic program, combining a sound mixture of ecological theory and management principles, prepares students for a wide spectrum of career opportunities.

The department’s outstanding faculty and staff include wildlife and fisheries ecologists, aquaculturists, conservation biologists and natural resource managers. Their programs are supported by expertise in community ecology, animal behavior, habitat management, physiology, limnology, bioenergetics, nutrition, genetics, and systems analysis and modeling.

Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences

Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences

College of Agriculture & Life Sciences

At a time when natural resources face ever-increasing demands, Texas A&M University graduates are prepared to meet the challenges. The Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences (WFSC) is a national leader in programs for managing and conserving wildlife and fisheries resources.

Emphasis is placed on an ecological approach to the integrated management, development and conservation of natural resources. The academic program, combining a sound mixture of ecological theory and management principles, prepares students for a wide spectrum of career opportunities.

The department’s outstanding faculty and staff include wildlife and fisheries ecologists, aquaculturists, conservation biologists and natural resource managers. Their programs are supported by expertise in community ecology, animal behavior, habitat management, physiology, limnology, bioenergetics, nutrition, genetics, and systems analysis and modeling.