You want to study our natural resources or help protect endangered species.
About Natural Resource Ecology & Management
This curriculum is diverse with opportunities to study wetlands, wildlife, conservation
biology, fisheries, aquaculture, habitat management, and law enforcement or prepare
for a career as a wildlife-oriented veterinarian. Unique facilities available through
this curriculum include the School of Renewable Natural Resources’ Lee Memorial Forest,
an actively managed forest, which has accommodations and teaching facilities so that
you can get hands-on experience in the field.
- Conservation Biology: Help conserve rare, uncommon, threatened, or endangered species and learn about habitat
manipulations and genetic approaches to enhancing these species.
- Aquaculture specialist
- Conservation biologist
- Wildlife and fisheries ecologist
- Wildlife and fisheries veterinarian
- Wildlife law enforcement officer
Once you're an LSU student, you'll need to meet the requirements below to continue
pursuing this major.
- 2.0 GPA in all coursework (2.5 GPA for transfer)
- 2.0 cumulative GPA in courses toward degree requirements
- grade of "C" or better in ENGL 1001 and MATH 1021 or higher