In the Wildlife Management concentration you will learn to manage the wildlife resources of North America, with a special emphasis on game species. The Trans Pecos region of Texas provides the perfect outdoor lab with mule deer, white tail deer, big horn sheep, pronghorn, 3 species of quail, and many other native and exotic game species in abundance. Our program focuses on applied techniques for managing wildlife, with an emphasis on field learning. By following the Wildlife Management Degree Plan, you can become a wildlife biologist, wildlife manager or game warden. Electives can be taken in biology or criminal justice, depending on your career goals. Join the nationally recognized Range and Wildlife Club, which serves as the student section for The Wildlife Society, for volunteer opportunities and career development.
Dr. Ryan Luna is the advisor for the Wildlife Management Program and faculty co-advisor for the Range and Wildlife Club.