The following graduate courses are taught by Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology faculty.  Please refer to the Colorado State Univeristy catalog for additional information and course descriptions.

ECOL CoursesTitle InstructorSyllabus
ECOL 620 Applied Landscape EcologyDr Kyle HortonSpring

FWCB CoursesTitle MS PLAN A/B and PhDMS Plan C ( Online Only)InstructorSyllabus
FW544EcotoxicologyxxDr. William ClementsSpring Even Years
FW551Design of Fish And Wildlife Studies xxDr. Luke George -Plan C Fall
FW552Applied Sampling for Wildlife/Fish Studies xDr. Lise AubrySpring
FW553Adaptive Fish and Wildlife ManagementxSpring
FW555Conservation Biology xxDr. Gail Dethloff- Plan C
FW558Conservation Genetics of Wild VertebratesxDr Jennifer NeuwaldSpring
FW562Principles of Fish and Wildlife Population DynamicsxSpring
FW563Analyses of sampled Vertebrate PopulationsxDr. David Pavlacky
FW564Science of Managing Human-Wildlife ConflictsxDr. Russ ReidingerFall
FW567Wildlife Disease Ecologyx
FW576Wildlife Policy, Administration, and LawxDr. Delwin Benson
FW577Wildlife Habitat ManagementxDr. Gail DethloffFall
FW605Advanced Physiological Ecology of Fishes xDr. Chris Myrick Spring Even
FW662Wildlife Population DynamicsxDr. Dana Winkelman and Dr. David Koons Spring Odd
FW663Sampling and Analysis of Vertebrate Populations xDr. Larissa Bailey and Dr. Bill KendallSpring Even
FW673Hierarchical Modeling in Ecology xDr. Mevin HootenFall Odd
FW692Graduate Seminar SeriesxFWCB Professors
FW696Graduate SeminarxDr. Joel BergerFall
FW696Graduate Student Orientation- Group StudyxFWCB Professors

NR CoursesTitle MS Plan A/b and PhDMS Plan C (online only)Instructor
NR515Natural Resourses Policy and BiodiversityxDr. Delwin Benson