About the course

This course introduces the principles of wildlife management, including basic concepts, terminology, and techniques important to wildlife managers. Topics include a review of the history of wildlife management, ecological principles, an introduction to wildlife habitat requirements, and population dynamics. Upon completion, students should be able to understand and discuss the life history, management techniques, and habitat requirements of North American species.

Details

Prerequisites:
none
Corequisites:
none
Minimum Credits:
3
Hours:
2 Lecture and 3 Lab
Instructors:
  • Andrew Isenhower
  • Daniel Rabby
  • Wallace Woods

Sections

Enrollment data is updated each morning and may no longer be accurate. For up-to-the-minute course information, please search for sections in WebAdvisor or speak to your advisor.
All online classes will have days of the week listed for attendance reporting only

Section Course Materials Meeting Details Enrolled / Capacity
Type Days Dates Times Room
  • Legend:
  • ½ Short semester section
  • Online section
  • Night section
01
Lecture M,,W T Aug 17 - Dec 15 8:00am - 8:50am 8:00am - 8:50am 1502 1502 14 / 60
60
Lab M Aug 17 - Dec 15 1:00pm - 3:50pm 3331 7 / 20
61
Lab W T Aug 17 - Dec 15 1:00pm - 3:50pm 1:00pm - 3:50pm 3331 3331 7 / 20
IN1
Lecture Lab - Aug 17 - Dec 15 - OL OL 5 / 20
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