Wildlife Science Degree new to USU Eastern

USU Eastern is offering a Bachelor's degree in Wildlife Science in Price. This degree will be of particular interest to those students wishing to pursue careers in wildlife biology with natural resources agencies, educational institutions, and conservation organizations. The degree will delivered by offering courses face-to-face in Price, as well as receiving broadcast courses from faculty in the USU Department of Wildland Resources from both Logan and Vernal.

The USU Eastern faculty advisor for this new program is Dr. Mike King. Dr. King is a faculty member in the USU Department of Wildland Resources, but located in Price. For more information contact Dr. King at:

Dr. Mike King
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Mission Statement

The mission of the Department of Wildland Resources is to achieve excellence in integrating forest, range, and wildlife sciences. As researchers, we apply internationally recognized scientific expertise, an interdisciplinary approach, and a collaborative spirit to develop innovative solutions for the conservation and management of the natural resources of our changing planet. As educators, we mentor students at undergraduate and graduate levels, synthesizing established knowledge and cutting-edge research into a dynamic and highly relevant curriculum. As extension specialists, we help the people on the land understand and use research-based knowledge to improve their livelihoods through enlightened stewardship of ecosystem goods and services.