The Wildlife pathway is designed to help students appreciate and understand the wold of Alberta wildlife and habitats. There are no prerequisites for the following courses.

WLD1010: Introduction to Wildlife

Students develop the attitudes, skills and knowledge related to wildlife and ecosystems, and an understanding for the need to manage wildlife.  

WLD1020: Wildlife Diversity  

Students investigate the diversity of Canadian wildlife in terms of structure, behaviour and habitat, and compare Alberta wildlife with wildlife in other parts of the world.  

WLD1050: People, Culture & Wildlife Heritage

Students investigate historical aspects of wildlife and the influence of changes in human activity on wildlife in Alberta and Canada. The significance of wildlife to society and the relationships between humans and wildlife are also examined.  

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