Students graduating with a Master's Degree in Wildlife Management, Conservation and Control have career opportunities in all private and public positions requiring a solid expertise in wildlife biology and in the administration, management and conservation of wild animal resources. Graduates can typically find a job in a wide variety of wildlife-related institutions and enterprises such as:
- public bodies responsible for conservation, planning and control of wildlife (e.g., parks, fish and wildlife agencies);
- public structures dealing with public safety and health (veterinary services, food safety agencies, environmental risk agencies);
- bodies responsible for managing the natural heritage;
- companies, professional studios and private consortia engaged in the collection of wildlife data, in impact and strategic assessments, or in the planning of environmental restoration interventions;
public and private institutions engaged in teaching and in the dissemination of scientific culture (schools, university, education and training centers).