Fisheries and Wildlife
Professionals in the fields of fisheries and wildlife (F&W) are tasked with the responsibility of conserving, protecting, regulating, and managing the fish and wildlife resources of our country. Their management practices are required to accommodate both non-consumptive uses and consumptive uses, such as hunting and fishing (bird watching, non-game species enhancement, threatened and endangered species protection, conservation biology, zoo management, and others).
Learners will gain an understanding of this field thanks to this course.
- Language of teaching for this course is English. This means that all communication during lectures will be in English, and all literature and auxiliary materials are in English.
- You can use the translation widget on this website to translate course content into your preferred language.
- The course is subject to evaluation. At the end of the course, students are to participate in the final assessment and score up to 70% to qualify for certification.
- Students can retake assessment three times only.