The concentration in resource biology and biodiversity provides training appropriate for students interested in working in many areas of environmental biology including wildlife ecology, fisheries, evolutionary biology, wetlands conservation, marine biology, and conservation biology. Many graduates of the concentration continue their education as graduate students, while others obtain jobs with state and federal agencies involved with species conservation or ecosystem management. Other sources of employment of past graduates include zoological parks, environmental consulting firms, and marine labs. Students are strongly encouraged to participate in research or internship experiences during their undergraduate programs. For questions about this curriculum, please contact Dr. Paul Leberg.