Zoo and Wildlife Biology
Severus the Guinea Pig gets a bath after painting with students!
If you love working with animals, begin preparing for a career in zoo and wildlife biology at Malone University.
Get firsthand experience at zoos, wildlife rehabilitation facilities, parks, nature preserves, and more. Our current students have received the most sought-after internships in the field and are more than prepared to meet any challenge they face. Check out the Zoo Crew blog!
"I really never have a boring day at work..."
- Dustin Grimm' 08
Forensic Chemist, American Institute of Toxicology
The required courses for the Zoo and Wildlife Biology major include:
The Biology core courses:
- BIOL 144 - General Biology I
- BIOL 145 - General Biology II
- BIOL 200 - General Botany
- BIOL 253 - Invertebrate Zoology
- BIOL 254 - Vertebrate Zoology
- BIOL 371 - Microbiology
- BIOL 372 - Genetics
The supporting core courses:
And the following courses:
- BIOL 150 - Zoo Biology and Management
- BIOL 332 - Creation and Evolution
- BIOL 342 - Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy and Physiology
- BIOL 353 - Ornithology
- BIOL 354 - Herpetology
- BIOL 381 - General Ecology
- BIOL 391 - Animal Population Management
- BIOL 410 - Animal Behavior
- MATH 140 - Introduction to Statistics
- MATH 150 - Precalculus
- PSYC 272 - Psychological Research Methods I
- PSYC 330 - Psychology of Learning
- PSYC 440 - Physiological Psychology
One of the following: