The Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences (WFSC) offers two Master’s (non-thesis) programs and one certificate program by distance education: a Masters of Natural Resource Development (MNRD), a Masters of Wildlife Science (WISC) and a Certificate in Military Land Sustainability.
This program primarily has been chosen by working natural resource professionals as a means to pursue a graduate degree while maintaining their employment. As such, students in this program are typically self-supporting. Information on the admission requirements and application process can be found on the WFSC Graduate Admissions page or the Prospective WFSC DE Student Letter.
All current WFSC students are encouraged to visit the Information for Current Graduate Students section of our website to find additional information on TAMU Student Rules, Scholarships and Financial Aid, Course Search, and Registration.
- TAMU Distance Education Resources
- Resources for Texas A&M Distance Education Graduate Students
- WFSC Graduate Policies and Procedures
- Howdy Portal
Academic Advisor III – Graduate Advising
202B Nagle Hall
On-Campus Teaching/ Research Faculty
Regents Professor & Associate Department Head for Research and Graduate Programs
216E Heep Laboratory Bldg.