Jun 27, 2022  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology


Wildlife Ecology and Conservation BS Four-Year Plan

FALL SPRING
First Year
BISC 207 - Introductory Biology I    BISC 208 - Introductory Biology II  
CHEM 103 /CHEM 133  or CHEM 107 - General Chemistry For Life Sciences I   CHEM 104 /CHEM 134  or CHEM 108 - General Chemistry for Life Sciences II  
ENWC 165 - Introduction to Insect and Wildlife Field Studies   ENGL 110 - Seminar in Composition  
ENWC 201 - Wildlife Conservation and Ecology   ENWC 205 - Insects and Society  
MATH 115  or MATH 221  or MATH 241   Breadth Requirement (1/3)
Credits: 17 Credits: 17
Second Year
APEC 135 - Introduction to Data Analysis   APEC 150 - Economics of Agriculture and Natural Resources  or ECON 101 - Introduction to Microeconomics  
BISC 302 - General Ecology   ENWC 325 - Wildlife Management  
PLSC 101 - Botany I  or PLSC 201 - Botany II   PLSC 204  or PLSC 212  or PLSC 404  
PLSC 204 - Introduction to Soil Science   STAT 200 - Basic Statistical Practice  
Breadth Requirement (2/3) Group II Requirement (1/3)*
Credits: 15 Credits: 16
Third Year
ENWC 413 - Wildlife Policy and Society   ENWC 418 - Ornithology  
ENWC 416 - Wildlife Habitat Management   Group I Requirement (2/2)*
Group I Requirement (1/2)* Group III Requirement (1/1)*
Group II Requirement (2/3)* Multicultural Requirement
Breadth Requirement (3/3) Free Elective (1/7)
Credits: 15 Credits: 15
Fourth Year
ENWC 425 - Mammalogy   ENWC 415 - Wildlife Techniques  (DLE)
ENWC 456 - Conservation Biology   Group II Requirement (3/3)*
ENWC 465 - Senior Capstone Experience  or UNIV 402 - Senior Thesis  (Capstone) Free Elective (5/7)
Free Elective (2/7) Free Elective (6/7)
Free Elective (3/7) Free Elective (7/7)
Free Elective (4/7)  
Credits: 16 Credits: 15
Total Credits: 124
*See program page for approved courses.
 
Disclaimer: Four-Year Plans are a Departmental suggestion of how a student could complete this degree in four years (eight semesters). Students may opt to take courses in the summer or winter sessions. These plans do not take into account additional requirements brought on by minors or other majors. A Four-Year Plan is subject to change from year-to-year given the resources and focuses of the Department.  It is the student’s responsibility to meet with his or her assigned advisor at least once a semester to monitor progress and ensure that he or she is on track to graduate on time. This document is intended as a supplemental advisement tool to be used in conjunction with in-person advisement and the UDSIS Degree Audit.  Students should direct any questions or concerns regarding degree progress to their advisor or Academic Assistant Dean.