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Are You A Match? Do you enjoy working outside? Do you enjoy working with wildlife? Are you a hands-on learner?
Program Description Fish & Wildlife Management prepares you for a career in Natural Resource Management. Through hands-on and classroom activity you will learn wildlife management techniques, fisheries management techniques, forestry practices, as well as tree and plant identification, animal identification, and much more!!!
Employment Graduates are expected to obtain jobs such as Plantation Technicians on quail plantations, The Department of Natural Resources Technician 1 or 2, or in the private sector as field technicians. Starting Salaries vary depending on location and organization. Salary Range: $18,000 – 30,000
Admission Requirements Complete an application and submit a $20 application fee Submit GED® or High school diploma Take placement exam Must be at least 16 years of age
Additional Program Requirements Must have completed all remedial and prerequisite courses.
Timeline For full time students, the program is 4 terms (1 year 4 months). Students have 1 term of core classes (math, English, computers, etc.) Then 3 terms of wildlife-related courses. Courses include: Introduction to Wildlife & Plantation Management, Plantation Operations, Equipment Operation, Habitat Manipulation, Fisheries Management, Forest Maintenance, etc.
Diploma/Degrees/CertificatesName of diploma/degree/etc Credit hours Offerings (online/day/evening)Technical Diploma 83 credit hours Day time classes only
General Fees One time application fee $20 Once a year malpractice insurance fee Transcript requests Late registration fees Fees, by term, as follows: Tuition is based on $85 per credit hour ($1,275 for 15 hours or more) Registration fee of $39 Activity fee of $24 Technology fee of $55 Insurance of $6 Special Instructional fee of $50Check with financial aid concerning your financial support eligibility. Check our website for the most recent tuition costsand general fee costs.
Frequently Asked Questions Can I use this to become a game warden? To become a game warden in the state of Georgia, a test is required. Those who score highest move on to the next stage of interviews. An Associate degree is required. What will be expected of me once I graduate and have a job in the wildlife field? When you graduate, you will be considered a Wildlife Technician. You will drive tractors, operate other machinery, prescribe burning, guide hunters, train dogs, create food plots, track wildlife inventories and maintain grounds.
Instructor – Tyler Clemons The mission of the Fish & Wildlife Management program is to provide educational opportunities to individuals that will enable them to obtain the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to succeed in the field of wildlife management. Campus/office #: Main Office (229) 391-2600, Tifton Campus Office hours: M-F 3:00-5:00 E-mail: email@example.com Phone: Wildlife Office (229) 850-0943 As set forth in its student catalog, Moultrie Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, genetic information, gender, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, veteran status, or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law). Lisa Newton, Title IX Equity Coordinator and ADA/Section 504 Coordinator - 229.217.4132 800 Veterans Parkway North, Moultrie, GA 37188 Moultrie Technical College, a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia