Course level

Undergraduate

Faculty

Science

School

Agriculture Food Sciences Schl

Units

2

Duration

One Semester

Class contact

Remote only

Recommended prerequisite

Assessment methods

Two examinations during semester, Final Case Study and a Final Examination

Course coordinator

A/Prof Peter Murray

Study Abroad

This course is pre-approved for Study Abroad and Exchange students.

Current course offerings

Course offerings Location Mode Course Profile
Semester 1, 2017 External External Course Profile

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Course description

This course provides the scientific principles of game management (the manipulation of wildlife populations using population monitoring, habitat management & sustainable utilisation) as it is practiced throughout the world today. Students will also gain an understanding about the history of game management and the utilization of wildlife; community attitudes to wildlife in relation to utilization, animal welfare and cultural differences; basic population models and how they relate to resource use and methods of determining population size; and case studies on game management with examples from Africa, Australia, Europe, New Zealand and North America.

Archived offerings

Course offerings Location Mode Course Profile
Semester 1, 2016 External External Course Profile
Semester 1, 2015 External External Course Profile
Semester 1, 2014 External External Course Profile
Semester 1, 2013 External External Course Profile
Semester 1, 2012 External External Course Profile
Semester 2, 2012 Gatton Remote Course Profile
Semester 1, 2011 Gatton External Course Profile
Semester 1, 2010 External External Course Profile
Semester 1, 2010 External External Profile unavailable
Semester 1, 2009 External External Course Profile
Semester 1, 2009 External External Profile unavailable
Semester 1, 2009 External External Profile unavailable
Semester 2, 2009 External External Course Profile
Semester 2, 2009 External External Profile unavailable
Semester 2, 2009 External External Profile unavailable