Degree Levels Offered for Wildlife/Forestry Conservation

Sample Free Open
Wildlife/Forestry Conservation Courses


Media Course Start Date Professor School
024 audio 24 Americans and the Global Forest 2013-03-01 Spring 2013 Lynn Huntsinger University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley)
This course examines how consumerism affects global ecosystems and natural habitats.
004 video 4 Journey North N/A N/A Journey North Learner
Learn to use this popular online study video series on wildlife migration in your classroom.
000 full-course Sustainability: The Geography Perspective N/A N/A Simon Gosling University of Nottingham
This course examines the geography of sustainability, delving into topics like water, food, agriculture, forestry, and energy.
013 video 13 The Habitable Planet: A Systems Approach to Environmental Science N/A N/A Harvard University
Explore and understand the natural systems and environmental science inherent in our planet.
012 video 12 Unseen Life on Earth: An Introduction to Microbiology N/A N/A Learner
Students become familiar with the various roles microbes have in the natural world.
000 video Wildlife Ecology 2013-03-01 Spring 2013 Justin Brashares University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley)
This is an introductory course to wildlife ecology with a glance at its ties to management programs.

Accredited Online Wildlife/Forestry Conservation Degrees

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshmen Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate
Crossroads Bible College Yes 100% 83% 46%
Middle Tennessee State University Yes 70% 21% 45%
Glenville State College Yes 82% 94% 34%
California State University-Bakersfield Yes 67% 84% 39%
Bethel College-Indiana Yes 73% 100% 51%
Everett Community College Yes 100% 54% 26%
Fisher College Yes 64% 81% 40%
The Sage Colleges Yes N/A 100% 60%
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology Yes N/A N/A N/A
Massasoit Community College Yes 100% 62% 13%
Daniel Webster College Yes 64% 89% 47%
Pima Medical Institute-Las Vegas Yes 100% 91% 57%
Miami Dade College Yes 100% 84% 31%
MGH Institute of Health Professions Yes 100% 20% N/A
Nashville State Community College Yes N/A 83% 6%
Huntington Junior College Yes 100% 98% 37%
Culver-Stockton College Yes 62% 100% 50%
Glendale Community College Yes 100% 71% 22%
Mount Wachusett Community College Yes 100% 79% 16%
Adler Graduate School Yes 100% N/A N/A

Wildlife/Forestry Conservation at a Glance

Number of Degrees Conferred in Wildlife/Forestry Conservation

    • 1,125 Bachelor's Degrees in
      Wildlife/Forestry Conservation
      • 62% Male
        Students
      • 38% Female
        Students
    • 144 Master's Degrees in
      Wildlife/Forestry Conservation
      • 55% Male
        Students
      • 45% Female
        Students
    • 45 Doctoral Degrees in
      Wildlife/Forestry Conservation
      • 69% Male
        Students
      • 31% Female
        Students

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