Do you have a passion for wild animals? Do you wonder how to turn that enthusiasm into a career? Then consider earning a minor in captive wild animal management.
For animal sciences or fisheries and wildlife sciences majors, the minor will require an additional 18-20 hours of coursework. For non-animal sciences or fisheries and wildlife sciences majors, the minor may require a number of other prerequisite courses in addition to the required curriculum.
A combination of coursework from the two major degrees will teach conservation, management and scientific principles to provide the background for a career in the care and management of wild animals.
The coursework for the minor has been designed to further emphasize and apply these principles to wild animals, and to provide students with opportunities to gain advanced experience in captive wild animal management.
Complete coursework in:
Combine all of this knowledge, with specific regard to wild animals, in:
While preparing yourself for a career in either animal sciences or fisheries and wildlife sciences, learn to blend the disciplines, spend time focused on wild animals, interact with professionals involved in various aspects of captive wild animal management and provide yourself with a distinct advantage for a career in:
If you want to turn your passion for wild animals into a future career, be a part of this unique program.
Want to have fun and develop your leadership skills and professional contacts at the same time? Then join one or more of the College’s student clubs and organizations. There are more than 30 to choose from, and each gives you the opportunity to apply what you’re learning in the classroom while making lifelong friends.
As a captive wild animal management student, you might consider joining:
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Coordinator, Captive Wild Animal Management Minor
Academic Programs Office
2-64 Agriculture Building
Columbia, MO 65211