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Bachelor of Arts
NNU's Wildlife Biology and Ecology (Bachelor of Arts) degree provides is for students who are passionate about wildlife but do not envision a future as a traditional scientist. This degree enables them to approach the science of conservation from a different perspective.
More than any point in recorded history, Earth is in a human-caused biodiversity crisis that requires purposeful action. The loss of species and habitat is well documented and the need to prepare creative and redemptive agents who are skillfully trained to serve in the disciplines of biodiversity conservation, wildlife management, and ecological specialties is great.
NNU's Wildlife Biology and Ecology Bachelor of Arts degree provides students with specific knowledge and skills that will prepare them for careers as biological educator, biological illustrator, or conservation policy adviser or to work in a zoo, botanical garden or conservation organization. The skills and knowledge students will acquire include the practical use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), population modeling/management, greater understanding of ecological principles, and improved breadth of plant and animal identification--among other things. Because of the focus on aspects beyond the science, this degree requires a minor that will provide the student with contextual expertise.
NNU has given me so much. It has given me experiences that I'll use for a lifetime. Relationships that I'll stay connected with and it's just given me a lot of joy and a lot of experiences that have shaped me.
The purpose of Financial Aid is to bridge the gap between what you and your family can afford
and the total cost of your education. We encourage every student to apply for financial aid and
pursue every possible resource, including scholarships, grants, loans and employment.,
$40,958, the estimated total cost of tuition, fees, room, and board for 2019-2020.
$28,000, the average debt of an NNU student upon graduation—just $1,500 more than a Boise State graduate. However, 1 in 4 NNU students graduates with no debt at all.
99%, the number of NNU undergraduate students who receive financial aid.
January 15, the new deadline for priority NNU financial aid. File your FAFSA by the 15th to be eligible for the most aid. The FAFSA can be found at fafsa.gov.