M.S. in Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management
Our multidisciplinary, research-based master’s program trains future management professionals to confidently enter a variety of natural resource-related professions within state, federal or private entities. Research in these fields is supported by our disciplinary expertise in autecology and synecology, evolutionary biology, resource sociology, animal behavior, physiology, animal diseases and parasitology, bioenergetics, nutrition, genetics, systems analysis and modeling.
- Degree: Master of Science in Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management
- Credit Hours: 32 total credit hours
Texas A&M University is a Tier 1 research institution and a premier choice when pursuing a graduate degree thanks to our national academic ranking and high financial value. Joining the Aggie Family and gaining an advanced degree from Texas A&M puts students in the highest class of job candidates.
What Do I Need to Apply?
Official TOEFL scores are required for international applicants. Official scores must be sent by ETS directly to Texas A&M University using the school code: 6003. Visit the Graduate and Professional School website for a list of requirements, exemptions and other useful information regarding the TOEFL/IELTS Exams.
Students will receive an admissions decision either in a letter from the Texas A&M University Office of Admissions or from the department.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
By submitting a financial aid application and a scholarship application, students are reviewed for all the types of financial aid that they are eligible for. Remember: each student’s financial aid eligibility may vary. The types of financial aid students are offered is based on the data provided on their financial aid and/or scholarship application.