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Application Deadline: January 15, 2019

Wildlife Biology A.S.
  • Associate of Arts (AA) or Associate of Science (AS)

FVCC’s Wildlife Biology transfer curriculum provides students with foundational knowledge in biology, chemistry and calculus while preparing them to transfer to the University of Montana-Missoula or Montana State University-Bozeman to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree.

FVCC advisors can help you select the best classes to prepare you for a successful transfer to the program of your choice.

FVCC’s small class sizes ensure that students receive a more personal, tailored educational experience, easing their transition to upper-level courses at the University of Montana-Missoula and Montana State University-Bozeman.

Opportunities

  • The University of Montana-Missoula’s Wildlife Biology department prepares students for entry-level positions as wildlife biology managers, researchers and ecologists.
  • Montana State University-Bozeman’s Fish and Wildlife Management program prepares students for entry-level positions in natural resources management.
  • Many wildlife biology students choose to continue on to graduate studies for additional employment opportunities.

Attributes of Successful Wildlife Biologists

  • Ability to think critically and solve problems
  • Strong communication skills
  • Mathematically adept
  • Physically fit
  • Enjoy working outside in all types of terrain and weather conditions
Advisors

Student Support Center Advisor

Russ Lamson

LRC 129

(406) 756-3885

rlamson@fvcc.edu
Faculty Advisor

Christina Relyea

RH 156

(406) 756-3946

crelyea@fvcc.edu


Dr. Ruth Wrightsman

RH 132

(406) 756-3878

rwrightsman@fvcc.edu


For general information, contact the Admissions office: (406) 756-3847.