Department of Animal, Rangeland, and Wildlife Sciences
The Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society at Texas A&M University-Kingsville has been chosen as the 2010 Student Chapter of the Year at the national level. The award presentation was made at the 17th Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society in Snowbird, Utah. Read more here»
The department's curriculum not only provides students with foundation knowledge in basic and applied animal science and range and wildlife management, but also teaches them how to apply that knowledge. We emphasize the development of creative thinking and communication skills that will make our students stand out above the rest, and be true leaders in the profession. Students are exposed to the most advanced research and management technology through our award-winning professors and research units such as the world-class Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute.
The college also boasts of award-winning student organizations such as the Texas A&M-Kingsville Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society, the Range Plant Team and the Livestock Evaluation Team.
One thing is for sure–our students get their hands dirty–with experience..
This page was last updated on: March 12, 2013