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Division of Biology

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Division of Biology
Kansas State University
116 Ackert Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-532-6615
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Core courses for FWCB majors


Core Courses

BIOL 433 - Introduction to Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology
BIOL 513 - Physiological Adaptations of Animals
BIOL 529 - Ecology
BIOL 632 - Ecology Laboratory
BIOL 640 - Population Biology

Fisheries

BIOL 542 - Ichthyology
BIOL 612 - Freshwater Ecology
BIOL 682 - Fish Ecology
BIOL 696 - Fisheries Management and Techniques

Wildlife

BIOL 543 - Ornithology
BIOL 544 - Mammalogy
BIOL 551 - Taxonomy of Flowering Plants
BIOL 684 - Wildlife Management and Techniques

Conservation Biology

BIOL 642 - Principles of Conservation Biology

Electives

BIOL 500 - Plant Physiology
BIOL 501 - Plant Physiology Lab
BIOL 515 - Behavioral Ecology
BIOL 520 - Evolution
BIOL 604 - Biology of the Fungi
BIOL 687 - Microbial Ecology

Here is a sample curriculum flowchart. NOTE: There is significant variation and flexibility in coursework for each major, and students should consult with an advisor to develop graduation plans specific to their needs.

B.S. Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology flowchart