CSU’s Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology is one of the top programs in the U.S., and over 2,400 of our alumni are working to resolve natural-resource related issues. The Department assists individuals, communities, and agencies to solve complex environmental problems and was one of the first to emphasize the importance of incorporating public input and implementing two-way communications into decision-making regarding wildlife policy.
This is a coursework-only degree with no capstone course or project.
Master of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology (M.F.W.C.B.)
Online Areas of Study
- Conservation biology
- Conservation genetics
- Conservation decision-making/management
- Disease ecology
- Fish and wildlife habitat management
- Fish and wildlife study design and applied sampling
- Human-wildlife conflict management
- Natural resource policy and wildlife management
- Population dynamics and modeling
- Public relations and communications
- Quantitative biology and statistical analysis methodologies
- Contact your department representative or request more program information.
- Check out department requirements and resources from your department’s website.
- When you’re ready to take the leap, start your application.
- This program is offered online at a distance; resources for distance students are available through the CSU Online website.
Coursework and credit requirements available at CSU Online-FWCB under Requirements and Curriculum. Please contact your department representative or the Student Success Coach listed at CSU Online-FWCB with program-related questions.
- Financial aid resources available through the Office of Financial Aid website.
- Your department may have financial aid options available and please check our financial resource section for additional opportunities.