Graduates from the Wildlife and Fisheries major have a background that makes them competitive for positions in both public and private sectors. Because of the degree’s strong biological core and practical experience with field studies and data analysis, the major also prepares students interested in pursuing graduate education. Potential government positions include work in wildlife, fisheries, forestry, parks, and resource management. Biological consulting, environmental education, and interpretation are possible in the private sector. Recent graduates are currently engaged in a variety of wildlife and fisheries vocations including graduate research, research with local, provincial, and federal governments, work with non-governmental organizations, as well as teaching, enforcement, and management.