Following are the top colleges and universities offering wildlife management programs:

University of Connecticut (UConn)
- The Wildlife Management program emphasizes both applied and basic research in wildlife ecology, management, education, and extension. It focuses on: Predator-prey relationship; Urban and suburban wildlife; Migratory wildlife species; Wildlife-human interaction; International wildlife.
- Kiplinger's Personal Finance has ranked UConn among the top 35 best values in public colleges nationally and 1st in New England.

Tarleton State University (TSU)
- It offers a B.S. degree in Wildlife Management that allows students to meet the educational requirements to become a certified Wildlife Biologist through The Wildlife Society. The Wildlife Management Program is housed in the Animal Sciences Department within the College of Agriculture and Human Sciences.
- Tarleton State University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

SUNY Cobleskill
- SUNY Cobleskill's Bachelor of Technology (BT) Degree in Wildlife Management is designed to prepare individuals for traditional careers as wildlife biologists with state and federal agencies, as well as new and ever-expanding career opportunities as wildlife biologists and consultants with regional, national, and international corporate environmental firms.
- The SUNY Cobleskill Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society was crowned "National Champions" at the 1998 National Wildlife Quiz Bowl.
- U.S. News & World Report has recognized SUNY Cobleskill as one of the North's Best Regional Colleges (2011 edition).

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