Information for Graduate Students
FSU offers two graduate-level programs in the Biological Sciences.
Master of Science in Applied Ecology & Conservation Biology
The Master of Science in Applied Ecology & Conservation Biology program enables students to gain scientific training in addressing conservation issues, especially those pertaining to the persistence of native populations and communities in a changing environment, landscape fragmentation, conservation/development conflicts, watershed assessment and integrated resource management. The program addresses both domestic and international issues, since the need of professionals is broad-based and global. Frostburg State University has interinstitutional agreements and with universities and national agencies in African and Central American countries that facilitate the international dimensions of this program.
Master of Science in Wildlife/Fisheries Biology
The Wildlife/Fisheries Biology program is designed to prepare you for research and management positions within the public and private sectors. The program allows flexibility, yet offers courses necessary for certification as a biologist with professional organizations such as The Wildlife Society and the American Fisheries Society
Please see the Graduate Catalog for details.
Graduate Program Coordinator
Dr. Frank Ammer
Department of Biology
203 Compton Science Center
101 Braddock Road, Frostburg, MD 21532