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The Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences minor offers a broad foundation in biodiversity conservation, ecosystem function and human influences on natural resources, as well as fish and wildlife biology.

You can earn a minor in Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences online, through Oregon State's Ecampus, or on campus.

Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences Minor

A sequence in general biology, at the 200 level, is a prerequisite for many courses in the online Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences minor. Students can find an equivalent biology series at a local college or take the online OSU Biology series: BI 204, 205, 206.

Students who have completed their bachelor's degree and are now only working on earning a minor are considered minor only students. Minor only students must complete a Biology series equivalent to the OSU 200 series before acceptance into the minor.

Learn more about the online Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences Minor.

Degree: 
Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
Level: 
Undergraduate Minor
Department: 
Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
Class Location: 
Corvallis Campus
Ecampus (Online)
Contact Us: 

Corvallis: For questions about the Minor or how to add the minor to your current program through Corvallis campus, contact Nancy Allen, Head Advisor for the Department at nancy.allen@oregonstate.edu or by phone at (541) 737-1941.

Ecampus: For more information about our Minor or how to add the Minor to your current program through Ecampus contact an Ecampus Advisor or call (541) 737-4531.