Colleges in the United States offering wildlife biology courses include: Adams State University in Colorado, Barton County Community College in Kansas, Brigham Young University in Utah, College of the Atlantic in Maine, Colorado State University in Colorado and Dakota College at Bottineau in North Dakota, among others. Other schools with wildlife biology courses are Colby Community College in Kansas, Eastern Arizona College in Arizona and Keystone College in Pennsylvania.
Some states, like Kansas, have multiple colleges with wildlife biology courses. Schools in Kansas offering this degree and coursework include Friends University, Garden City Community College and Kansas State University. In addition to these Midwestern schools, students may study wildlife biology at the University of Michigan: Flint in Michigan and at Ohio University in Ohio.
In the South, students find wildlife biology courses at Texas State University and at Liberty University in Virginia. On the East Coast, students can take wildlife biology courses at the State University of New York in New York State and Unity College in Maine. In addition to these schools, McGill University in Canada offers wildlife biology courses.
Regardless of study location, aspiring wildlife biologists need at least a bachelor's degree to secure a job. While entry-level positions require the completion of an undergraduate degree, more advanced positions may necessitate a master's degree. Research-based positions often require at PhD.