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UF’s online Wildlife Forensic Sciences and Conservation graduate program offers an online graduate certificate aimed at working professionals and students in wildlife conservation, ecology, and animal protection.

The graduate program is offered entirely online and can be completed at your own pace in as little as one year. Coursework will cover the contemporary issues in domestic and international wildlife protection and conservation. Students can also expect to dive into the current laws and regulations, plus the handling and interpretation of evidence found in wildlife crime activities.

Graduate Certificate
in Wildlife Forensic Sciences and Conservation

  • 9 credits
  • Minimum admission requirements: bachelor’s degree in a natural science OR a DVM and 2.0 upper-division GPA
  • Entirely Online
  • Tuition: $4,725 plus fees

Non-Degree Seeking
Student in Wildlife Forensic Sciences and Conservation

  • 3 credits
  • Minimum admission requirements: bachelor’s degree in natural science OR a DVM and 2.0 upper-division GPA
  • Entirely Online
  • Tuition: $1,575 plus fees


 

Current and potential careers for students of the wildlife forensic sciences and conservation program include, but are not limited to:

  • Wildlife conservation officers
  • Game and fish officers
  • Individuals involved in NGO wildlife conservation programs
  • Crime scene analysts
  • Law enforcement officials
  • Forensic investigators
  • Academic students

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