Planning Your Career

Planning for a career at Texas Parks and Wildlife means making sure you include certain studies in your coursework and degree programs in college. Be sure to discuss your interests with your high school guidance counselor.


Administrative Resources/Human Resources:
Information Technology
Human Resource Management
Finance
Accounting
Purchasing
Business

Communications:
Radio, Television & Film
Photography
Journalism & Public Relations
English
History
Fine Arts
Literature
Business
Government
Graphics
Graphic Art
Marketing

Fisheries:
Fisheries Biology
Fisheries Science
Aquatic Biology
Aquatic Science
Crustacea
Fisheries Management
Aquaculture
Marine Biology
Zoology
Oceanography
Mari culture
Geology
Ichthyology
Ecology

Infrastructure:
Engineering
Geography
Architecture
Information Sciences
Surveying
Archivist
Computer Science
Construction Science
Business Administration
Accounting
Communications
Library Science

Law Enforcement:
Environmental Science
Parks & Recreation
Criminal Justice
Natural & Cultural Resources

Resource Protection:
Aquatic Biology
Fisheries Science
Zoology
Environmental Science
Limnology
Toxicology

State Parks:
Park Administration
Forestry
Natural Resource Conservation
Archaeology
History
Interpretation

Wildlife:
Wildlife Science
Plant Taxonomy
Wildlife Biology
Ecology
Zoology
Physiology
Omithology
Range Management
Game Management
Wildlife Management

Some Colleges Offering Related Degree Plans:
Texas A&M University
Texas Tech University
Stephen F. Austin University
North Texas State University
Sul Ross University
Tarleton State University
Prairie View A&M
UT/Pan Am
UT/Edinburg
UT/Austin
UTSA/San Antonio
Kingsville A&M


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