Meet the Faculty
Heather Lee is Ogeechee Technical College’s Fish and Wildlife Management instructor. Heather graduated from high school in Ware Shoals, South Carolina, and has a Bachelor’s degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology, and a minor in Forestry from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. She is currently working towards her Master’s degree in Wildlife Science from Texas A&M University.
Programs of Study
*Denotes Title IV eligible program (PELL).
Program Purpose Statement
The Fish and Wildlife Management Program prepares graduates for careers as wildlife technicians in state and federal agencies, private or corporately-owned hunting plantations, or companies specializing in wildlife damage control by emphasizing a combination of basic biological knowledge and practical application of technical skills necessary for successful employment in the field of wildlife and plantation management.
FWMT 1010 - Equipment Use
FWMT 1020 - Wildlife Policy and Law
FWMT 1030 - Terrestrial Ecology
FWMT 1040 - Aquatic Ecology
FWMT 1050 - Ichthyology
FWMT 1060 - Ornithology
FWMT 1070 - Mammalogy
FWMT 1080 - Plantation Operations
FWMT 2010 - Wildlife Management Techniques
FWMT 2020 - Habitat Manipulation
FWMT 2030 - Fish Pond Management
FORS 1030 - Dendrology
FORS 1100 - Forest Technology
FWMT 2040 - Internship
GIFS 1101 - Introduction to Geographical Information Systems
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