HoD Welcome Note

Welcome to the Department of Wildlife Management (DWLM) in the College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism, Sokoine University of Agriculture .

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What we offer


The Department hosts one degree programme in Wildlife Management, MSc degree in Wildlife Management and Conservation and Ph.D. in wildlife Management. 

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We have a Zoology building which serves as a teaching facility and lab for the wildlife management programmes

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News and Events

Congratulatory Greetings

The department of Wildlife Management is delighted to let you know that on  2nd May 2024,...

Congratulatory Greetings

The department of Wildlife Management is glad to let you know that two PhD students...


Menejimenti ya Chuo kikuu cha Sokoine cha Kilimo inapenda kuwakaribisha Wafanyakazi wote katika sherehe ya...

Congratulatory Greetings

The department of Wildlife Management is glad to let you know that two PhD students...

Best Wishes

On behalf of Sokoine University of Agriculture Management, we would like to wish all students the very best...

Tropical Biology Association 2024 Field course

Tropical Biology Association invites students to apply for a field course training that will take...

Kilio cha dhiki kutoka nyikani

Uwindaji Haramu wa wanyamapori ni tatizo kubwa linalotishia uwepo wenyewe wa spishi kadhaa za wanyama...

The 1st National Wildlife Corridors Forum

The 1st National Wildlife Forum is held at Julius Nyerere Convention Center in Dar es...

Field expedition: Orienting students in wilderness Practices

Wildlife Management Students Association of Sokoine University of Agriculture (WISASUA) organized a three-day trip from...
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Undergraduate, Postgraduate courses and Programmes

Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Management

This programme produce wildlife experts with technical, analytical, managerial and entrepreneurial skills in wildlife enterprise and related industries for sustainable development.

MSc. Wildlife Management and Conservation

The programme seeks to provide advanced training in various aspects of wildlife management and conservation; impart graduates with entrepreneurial skills required to work in various wildlife and allied sectors


Staff profiles, Research, Consultancy and more

Staff Profiles

We have 15 academics and five administrative members of staff. Academic staff members include including 3 associate professors, 5 senior lecturers, 2 lecturers,  3 assistant lecturers and 2 tutorial assistants.


The department administers a range of elementary and pragmatic research projects on all areas covering wildlife, animal and landscape ecology


The department is best known for providing outstanding training, research, consultancies and extension services in wildlife management.