Master of Wildlife Management

Overview

This Masters Program aims to provide students with a sound knowledge base in individual disciplines as well as real-world application skills, and an understanding of the multi-disciplinary approach required in the management of living resources. The program also provides students with relevant industry placement opportunities.

Key features

  • This degree program has a strong interdisciplinary and practical focus, consisting of both coursework and fieldwork components.
  • The conservation industry is closely involved both in the development and presentation of new teaching units.
  • To facilitate engagement of part-time students and practitioners in remote areas, many coursework units are offered fully online.
  • In the final semester of the Masters program, students have the opportunity to undertake a substantive research project provided by industry partners and undertaken in the field, supervised jointly by university academic staff and industry experts (GSE 851 Capstone project).

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Teaching Material for this course