Wildlife Management and Conservation is the practice of protecting and managing wildlife populations in order to prevent their decline or extinction. This may involve measures such as habitat conservation, species reintroduction and controlling hunting or fishing activities.
A Masters in Wildlife Management and Conservation will teach you about the principles of wildlife management, including the assessment and management of wildlife populations, the development and implementation of conservation plans, and the impact of human activity on wildlife populations.
You will also learn about the latest research in the field of wildlife management and conservation, and how to apply it to real-world situations. You’ll explore the biology, ecology and management of wildlife populations, as well as the principles of conservation biology.