Advising Information

Students interested in the Bsc Wildlife and Fisheries should meet with an academic advisor to plan their time at UNBC.  Academic advisors help with course scheduling and transfer credits, and ensure that all requirements are met for graduation. 

BSc Wildlife & Fisheries Academic Advisor

Kim Matheson
Location: 7-708
T: (250) 960-5506

Students should follow the recommended course progressions to minimize course scheduling conflicts and complete the BSc in Wildlife and Fisheries.

All current university transfer agreements between UNBC’s Wildlife and Fisheries program and other institutions are posted.

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