Students majoring in watershed science, forestry, rangeland ecology, zoology, and others may find that a minor in fishery biology will increase employment opportunities. The requirements for this minor provide a solid base for aquatic work.
Effective Spring 2011
Students must satisfactorily complete the total credits required for the minor. Minors and interdisciplinary minors require 12 or more upper-division (300- to 400-level) credits.
Additional coursework may be required due to prerequisites.
|LAND 220/LIFE 220||Fundamentals of Ecology (GT-SC2)||3|
|or LIFE 320||Ecology|
|Select one group from the following:||8|
|Principles of Animal Biology (GT-SC2)|
|Animal Biology Laboratory (GT-SC1)|
|Principles of Plant Biology (GT-SC1)|
|Attributes of Living Systems (GT-SC1)|
|Biology of Organisms-Animals and Plants|
|Lower or Upper Division|
|Select one course from the following:||3|
|Introduction to Fishery Biology|
|Principles of Wildlife Management|
|Design of Fish and Wildlife Projects|
|FW 300||Biology and Diversity of Fishes||2|
|FW 301||Ichthyology Laboratory||1|
|Select two courses from the following:||6-7|
|Conservation of Fish in Aquatic Ecosystems|
|Advisor-approved aquatic course||3-4|