The Department of Ecology and Conservation Biology at Texas A&M University provides advanced educational opportunities that prepare undergraduate students for leadership in the stewardship and study of terrestrial and aquatic ecological systems. A Bachelor of Science degree in Ecology and Conservation Biology emphasizes fundamental ecological knowledge and its application to biodiversity conservation, environmental health, and management of complex systems, involving aspects of ecology from genes to ecosystems to the globe. Four degree tracks provide flexibility to pursue one’s chosen career path and readies students for success in a future that needs their expertise.
Our students go on to pursue careers in
Forestry, Natural Resource Conservation, Veterinary Medicine, Fisheries, Ecology, Biodiversity Assessment and Environmental Management, among others.
For more information about our undergraduate programs, please call to schedule an appointment with an ECCB Undergraduate Advisor.