Fisheries and Wildlife Biology (B.S.)
Transform your love of the outdoors into a rewarding career with wildlife biology.
Study our region's wide prairies or examine animal migration patterns as part of an integrated approach to fisheries and wildlife biology. With extensive fieldwork and vertebrate and invertebrate museums on campus, you'll be sure to find your niche in the Fisheries and Wildlife Biology program at UND.
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- 4 years
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Why Study Fisheries and Wildlife Biology at UND?
For stewards of the outdoors, the Fisheries & Wildlife major at UND helps prepare you for positions in state, federal, and private fisheries and wildlife organizations. Within this degree, you can specialize in either the fisheries or wildlife areas.
Whichever track you choose, you'll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in hands-on research, independent studies, internships and other experiential learning opportunities — and prepare for a rewarding career in the industry.
With extensive opportunities on campus and outside of Grand Forks to study wildlife and their habitats/ecosystems, you'll have many chances to get a first-hand look at the career you want.