Please see the Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology's Graduate Study-Overview page for additional information including a form to fill out for the minor.

The Ph.D. Minor in Wildlife Ecology is designed for students who wish to receive an Option A External Minor in Wildlife Ecology to augment their Ph.D. curriculum. This minor option is not available to students pursuing a Ph.D. in Wildlife Ecology.

Students who elect Wildlife Ecology as a minor in their training for the doctorate will take at least 9 credits of courses. The courses will be determined by the student’s interest after consultation with the Wildlife Ecology Graduate Programs Chair.


Bowe, Scott
Burivalova, Zuzana
Drake, David
Karasov, William
Kruger, Eric (chair)
Lutz, R. Scott
Ozdogan, Mutlu
Pauli, Jonathan
Peery, M. Zach
Pidgeon, Anna
Radeloff, Volker
Ribic, Christine
Rickenbach, Mark
Rissman, Adena
Stanosz, Glen
Townsend, Philip
Van Deelen, Timothy
Zuckerberg, Benjamin

Affiliated Faculty

Balster, Nick (Soil Science)
Lindroth, Richard (Entomology)
Marin-Spiotta, Erika (Geography)

Faculty Associate

Berkelman, James