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Comprised of three distinct colleges, Oklahoma Panhandle State University accepts a diverse collection of students from all educational backgrounds. The programs of study offered at OPSU lead to nearly 60 different baccalaureate and associate degrees. In addition to the baccalaureate opportunities, OPSU offers several pre-professional studies in selected fields. OPSU strives to enrich its student's lives educationally, personally, and socially. It is the hope that students matriculating at OPSU will receive life-long learning experiences that meet their needs, personally and vocationally.

Program Info


Animal Science - Wildlife Management
B.S. (Bachelor of Science)

Faculty Contact

Photograph of Tucker, Shawna
Tucker, Shawna
Title: Dean of the College of Agriculture, Science, and Nursing / Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Office: SAB 111
Phone: 580.349.1534
Email: Email Web Form


Total Hours: 120
  • General Education 41
  • Major 33
    • Agrn 1213-Intro to Plant Science
    • Agrn 2111-Plant and Seed Identification
    • Agrn 2124-Soil Science
    • Agrn 3213-Pasture and Forage Crops
    • Agrn 3924-Range Management
    • Agrn 4413-Natural Resource Conservation
    • Ansi 1124- Introduction to Animal Science
    • Ansi 3743-Animal Diseases
    • Ansi 4333-Livestock Breeding and Improvement
    • Ansi 4433-Animal Reproduction
    • Ansi 4862-Animal Science Seminar
  • Chemistry 10
    • Chem 1135-General Chemistry
    • Chem 3315-Organic Chemistry
  • Biology 21
    • Biol 1304-Principles of Biology I
    • Biol 1404-Botany
    • Biol 3054-Entomology
    • Biol 3224-Animal Parasitology
    • Biol 3704-Ecology
  • Wildlife 15
    • Wild 1012-Introduction to Natural Ecology and Management
    • Wild 1014-Introduction to Natural History
    • Wild 2013-Ecology and Natural Resources
    • Wild 3013-Applied Ecology and Conservation
    • Wild 4503-Principles of Wildlife Ecology and Management
  • Additional Courses 3
    • Choose from Agronomy, Animal Science, Agriculture, Biology or Chemistry
  • Controlled Electives
    • Sufficient courses to bring upper level hours to 40 credit hours and total to 124 semester hours for graduation.