Courses in the Wildlife and Fisheries Biology program offered by University of Vermont emphasize applied ecology and techniques for bringing populations into balance, and provide hands-on experience in labs and field trips. The four-year curriculum provides an excellent background for many wildlife and fisheries-related positions.
Research and Beyond the Classroom
The curriculum includes summer field courses in ornithology and habitat and population measurements as well as extensive laboratory and field work during the regular academic year. Fisheries students participate in field labs on Lake Champlain while on board the School's research vessel, the Melosira. Students can opt to take a Spring Break travel field course in Florida or Texas, among other travel courses throughout the year.
The student-led Wildlife and Fisheries Society offers educational and social activities. Students participate in field trips, assist state biologists with deer check stations, fish marking, habitat restoration, and faunal surveys, and engage in professional meetings and workshops.
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