All Master’s students take 4 core courses. Graduate Certificate students must take the following courses: WIS6561, WIS6557, WIS6563, WIS5562 and WIS6559. Additionally, Master’s students take 21 credits of elective courses.
(Unless otherwise noted, all courses are assigned a letter grade.)
|Course #||Course Title||Instructor||Credits||Spring||Summer||Fall|
|WIS 6561||Wildlife Crime Scene Processing||Susan Underkoffler||3||X|
|WIS 6557||International Wildlife Conservation Law, Policy & Ethics||Joseph Rivera||3||X|
|WIS 6558||U.S. Wildlife Law, Policy & Ethics||Joseph Rivera||3||X (2024)|
|WIS 6559||Forensic Science in Conservation Biology||Susan Underkoffler||3||X|
|SUR 6395||GIS Fundamentals – OR –||Amr Abd-Elrahman||3||X|
|STA 6093||Introduction to Applied Statistics for Agricultural and Life Sciences – OR –||Denis Valle/Ben Baiser||3||X|
|WIS 6934||Forensic DNA Statistics and Applied Population Genetics||TBD||3||X|
(Master’s students must take EITHER SUR 6934 OR STA 6093)
Electives – 21 Credit Hours Required (Master’s Students Only)
Students may take any electives from UF’s online Veterinary Forensic Sciences program to satisfy any elective requirements for the online Wildlife Forensic Sciences and Conservation program.
Registration for courses is available to students once they have been accepted to the program. Students cannot register themselves using One.UF.
Courses and schedule are subject to change based on demand and availability.