Class Dates
01/16/2024 to 05/03/2024
Delivered By
Online Asynchronous
Drew Ricketts
Meeting Times
Meets by Appt
Meeting Location
Distance Education

Human-Wildlife Conflicts

WOEM 620 - Class Number: 14357

Ethical Reasoning and Responsibility Natural and Physical Sciences


This course explores the theory and practice of assessing and controlling damage done by wild and feral vertebrate animals, especially mammals and birds. Content covers the philosophical, biological, and practical basis for managing human-wildlife conflicts. It includes basic information on use of traps, toxicants, repellents, exclusion and other wildlife control methods. Emphasis is on protecting agricultural crops and livestock, forest resources, and property.

  • This course is not available to students majoring in BWLOEM-BS.


  • Instructor Drew Ricketts's permission is required after 01/23/2024.

Student Requirements:

  • Internet access


  • BIOL 433

Enrollment Dates
10/23/2023 to 01/16/2024
Enrollment Limit

Credit/Tuition Options

Credit Option Hours

Enrollments received on or after the first day of class may be assessed a $65 special handling fee.

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