Please scroll down to the FWCB section in the CSU Catalog for more details about the courses listed below.
BIO320 or LIFE320 (Ecology)
Interrelationships among organisms and their environments using conceptual models and quantitative approaches.
FW104 Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
Essentials of wildlife ecology as a foundation for understanding issues on the origins, management and conservation of biodiversity
- Fall 2012 Syllabus; Fall 2013 Syllabus; Spring 2014 Syllabus; Spring 2014 Syllabus(Online); Fall 2014 Syllabus
FW111 Basic Outdoor Skills in Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology
FW204 Introduction to Fishery Biology (Fall Semesters)
Exposure to sampling techniques, agencies, and topics in fishery biology careers.
FW260 Principles of Wildlife Mgmt
- Fall 2012 Syllabus; Spring 2013 Syllabus; Fall 2013 Syllabus; Spring 2014 Syllabus; Spring 2015 Syllabus
FW300 Ichthyology (Spring Semesters)
Biology of fishes: anatomy, taxonomy, physiology, behavior, ecology, evolution, and zoogeography.
FW301 Ichthyology Laboratory (Spring Semesters)
Anatomy, taxonomy, evolution, and ecology of North American freshwater fishes.
- Spring 2012 Syllabus; Spring 2013 Syllabus; Spring 2014 Syllabus
FW370 Design of Wildlife Projects
Design, analysis, and evaluation of wildlife projects; lab exercises in design and data analysis; preparation and presentation of project proposals.
- Spring 2012 Syllabus; Fall 2012 Syllabus; Spring 2013 Syllabus; Fall 2013 Syllabus; Spring 2014 Syllabus; Spring 2014 Honors' Syllabus; Fall 2014 Syllabus; Spring 2015 Syllabus
FW375 Field Wildlife Studies
Field trip to see wildlife management and habitats and to discuss problems and practices with professional ecologists and resources managers.
FW400 Conservation of Fish in Aquatic Ecosystems (Fall Semesters) (class website)
Ecological processes that create habitat and biotic template for fish in aquatic ecosystems; human effects; strategies for conserving fishes.
FW401 Fishery Science (Fall Semesters) (class website)
Theory, philosophy, and applications for study and management of fishery resources.
FW402 Fish Culture (Spring Semesters) (class website)
FW405 Fish Physiological Ecology (Spring Semesters) (class website)
Physiological ecology of fishes; functional adaptations and adjustments used to cope with environmental and physiological states.
FW455 Principles of Conservation Biology
Review of efforts to study and conserve biological diversity, focused on fish and wildlife populations.
FW467 Wildlife Disease Ecology (Fall Semesters)
Ecological, epidemiological, and evolutionary principles to understand the impace that disease has on fish and wildlife population and, in turn, the impace wildlife disease has on humans.
FW469 Conservation in Mgmt of Large Mammals
Ecology and management of large wild mammals with emphasis on North American species both hunted and non-hunted. FW471 Wildlife Data Collection and Analysis
FW475 Conservation Decision Analysis
Structured approaches to conservation and management of vertebrates; articulating objectives, developing management options, and predicting outcomes.
FW471 Wildlife Data Collection and Analysis - (Capstone Course for Wildlife Concentration majors)
Analysis methods used in wildlife management and research; adaptive resource management with emphasis on learning through field and computer labs.
- Fall 2012 Syllabus; Spring 2013 Syllabus; Fall 2013 Syllabus; Fall 2014 Syllabus; Spring 2015 Syllabus
FW477/677 Habitat for Wildlife
Wildlife habitat evaluation, classification, and improvement; management of natural and altered environments for wildlife; wildlife indicator species.
FW573 Travel Abroad - Wildlife Ecology/Conservation (Offered Through Education Abroad)
Study tour of various overseas ecosystems and natural resources conservation programs; discussions with local ecologists/managers.
NR400 Public Relations in Natural Resources (see the Natural Resources Course Catalog)
Effective public relations and public information programs applicable to natural resource professions.