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 work in fishery and aquatic science.
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 (GT-SC1)|
|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|
|Program Total Credits:||26-28|