Graduate Programs in Animal, Rangeland and Wildlife Sciences

The Department of Animal, Rangeland and Wildlife Sciences offers Master of Science degrees in animal science and range and wildlife management. The department also offers a Doctor of Philosophy degree in wildlife sciences. 

Research projects in animal science have involved nutrition, reproductive physiology, immunology, quantitative genetics, animal husbandry and meat science and safety. 

Research projects in wildlife science involve a variety of topics on game and nongame wildlife, habitat management, restoration ecology, endangered species management, wildlife disease and parasitology, genetics, natural history and basic theoretical aspects of wildlife ecology and management.  Faculty from the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute are recognized internationally for their contributions to wildlife ecology.

Potential graduate students are encouraged to contact our faculty directly for current information about our graduate programs and opportunities.

This page was last updated on: January 4, 2016