VPM 2400: Managed Captive Wildlife

3 Credits

This course is an introduction to key issues at the interface of humans and managed captive wildlife. Topics include: the role of managed captive wildlife species in conservation, education, exhibition, agriculture, and research; biodiversity, urban wildlife, biosentinel science, ethics, and animal welfare; and an introduction to the principles and techniques of the care and management of wildlife species in captive settings.

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A- Average (3.780)Most Common: A (81%)

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151 students
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    Effort
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    Understanding
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    Interesting
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