Wildlife in the West


Wildlife in the West immerses students in the complexities of wildlife conservation with attention to policy, ecology, and human community issues. We take a case study approach, focusing on wolves, bull trout, lynx, and grizzly bears to examine the realities of wildlife management in working landscapes. The Crown of the Continent is the perfect classroom for learning about emerging solutions to human-wildlife conflicts, solutions that are relevant across the country and the world.


May 21 - June 30, 2018

Program fee: $5,850

University of Montana credit fee: $465

Scholarships and financial aid are available

Program fee includes:

  • Tuition
  • All meals and lodging
  • All course reading material
  • Ground transportation during the program, including pickup and drop-off at Missoula's airport.
  • Group camping equipment
  • Group field gear

Personal gear required is listed HERE (PDF)

To learn more contact
Sara Halm, Education Program Associate
office: 406.754.3137
cell: 203.559.7157

Click on the How To Apply button to be redirected to our application process

We offer a $250 early enrollment discount for Wildlife in the West applications received by February 1, 2018. We will continue to receive and review applications until the program is full.

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