A program that focuses on the application of biological principles to the study of vertebrate wildlife, wildlife habitats, and related ecosystems in remote and urban areas. Includes instruction in animal ecology; adaptational biology; urban ecosystems; natural and artificial habitat management; limnology; wildlife pathology; and vertebrate zoological specializations such as mammalogy, herpetology, ichthyology, ornithology, and others.
|Rank||School Name||Students||% of Total||Total On-Campus Cost|
|1||Colorado State University-Fort Collins||67||1%||$23,203|
|2||University of Vermont||34||1%||$28,886|
|3||Texas State University||34||0%||$19,620|
|4||University of Wyoming||29||1%||$18,145|
|5||SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry||28||5%||$24,093|
|6||Utah State University||26||0%||$17,720|
|7||Frostburg State University||24||2%||$20,046|
|9||Brigham Young University-Provo||21||0%||$17,496|
|10||Kansas State University||21||0%||$21,331|
|12||West Texas A & M University||12||1%||$19,154|
|14||Ohio University-Main Campus||9||0%||$24,396|
|15||University of North Dakota||8||0%||$21,162|
|16||University of Michigan-Flint||7||0%||$23,026|
|18||Garden City Community College||1||0%||$12,688|
|19||Northern Arizona University||1||0%||$22,746|
This list indicates the number of students that completed the Wildlife Biology program at the schools above.
It is not necessarily an indicator of academic rigor or quality of education.
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