Fisheries, with focus in freshwater fisheries and habitat ecology
College or University: University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Type of degree: B.S.
Brief overview of program: The University of Alaska Fairbanks offers degree programs on the Fairbanks campus and at the Juneau Center, through the Fisheries Division of the School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences. Freshwater fisheries and habitat ecology are emphasized at Fairbanks, and marine fisheries and aquaculture at Juneau. Students can take classes at one or both campuses as part of their degree program. Both undergraduate (B.S.) and graduate (M.S. and Ph.D.) degrees are offered.
The undergraduate degree program is offered only at the Fairbanks campus, but courses also can be taken at the Juneau Center. The program provides a broad education, qualifying graduates to enter fisheries management, law enforcement, and public education. The undergraduate fisheries program provides a firm foundation for graduate studies in fisheries science.
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Program Point of Contact: Robert Foy
Institution address: P.O. Box 757480