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Overview

In a time when climate change and our growing population is impacting on the natural environment, wildlife science professionals are needed to assist vulnerable wildlife and pursue wildlife conservation. Make the great outdoors your office with USQ's Wildlife Management courses and discover how to protect our wildlife with hands-on learning. Explore topics such as biosecurity, animal welfare, and practical field skills, preparing you for employment in a myriad of positions in wildlife management.

Gain real-life experience

Come out career-ready with industry placements in your chosen field. You could be working as a biosecurity officer, wildlife scientist, ecotourism guide, zookeeper, and more.

Skillset to protect our wildlife

Learn from USQ’s wildlife experts as you explore animal behaviours in local environments and through our wildlife expeditions.

Get hands-on with nature

Develop skills in the field with specialised training in your first year, including animal handling, 4WD training, camera trapping, and tools to survive and work in the wild.

Explore USQ's Wildlife Management degrees

Mickayla with a green tree frog sitting on top of her hand

Mickayla

Sciences
My new technique for collecting frogs offers a new refuge area for the frogs, while allowing us to survey them.
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