Wildlife Rehabilitation

ABI 142  R

Environmental Education and Outreach

ABI 214  R

Principles of Wildlife Rehabilitation

ABI 262  R

Wildlife Management

ABI 311  R

Animal Nutrition, Health & Disease

ABI 222  E

Animal Enrichment

ABI 233  E

Animal Training

ABI 331  E

Animal Behavior


R = required    E = elective

Wildlife Rehabilitation

Certificate Program (15 credits)

What is Wildlife Rehabilitation?

Wildlife rehabilitators are professionals responsible for the care and treatment of injured, orphaned or displaced wildlife. The ultimate goal is to return healthy animals to the wild by fostering their release into appropriate habitats. Animals that cannot be released may be used for educational programs and outreach when appropriate. Consequently, those interested in rehabilitation careers should be knowledgeable in public speaking and environmental education, as well as animal husbandry.

Your ABI Education

The objective of the Wildlife Rehabilitation program is to provide training in the care of wildlife. Proper husbandry requires knowledge of animal nutrition, medicine, disease, behavior, and population management. Graduates will know how to provide care, to manage human-wildlife conflict, and to create effective lesson plans or presentations. Upon graduation, you may begin using the designation CWRP, Certified Wildlife Rehabilitation Professional.

Program Requirements

The certificate program in Wildlife Rehabilitation requires satisfactory completion of 15 credit hours, including four required courses and one elective. 

Learn more about Careers in Wildlife Rehabilitation.

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