Wildlife Biology at The University of Montana is a joint program between the College of Forestry & Conservation, the Division of Biological Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit. Consequently, our students receive course work in both theoretical and applied aspects of wildlife ecology and conservation; many opportunities for hands-on experience also exist.
Undergraduate degree programs lead to a B.S. in Wildlife Biology with 3 options: Terrestrial, Aquatic, and Honors. Graduate students may pursue a M.S. in Wildlife Biology or a Ph.D. in Fish and Wildlife Biology.