College of Arts & Sciences

Zoology - Bachelor of Science | Minor

The Department of Integrative Biology strives for excellence in basic and applied research and instruction in the broad,
comprehensive field of integrative biology. Our vision is to build on our strong international reputation with foci in Ecology, Evolutionary
Biology, and Environmental Stress. The department currently has 21 regular faculty members, numerous active adjuncts and emeritus
members, 640 undergraduates in the biology, zoology, and physiology majors, and over 60 graduate students.  To learn more, click this
link to the Department of Integrative Biology web site.

 Career Opportunities

Explore career possibilities with our Career Guide.

 Student Testimonials

      Samantha Grider 

I chose zoology as my major because of the diversity that this program offers. There are so many different aspects of zoology that can be studied, and this degree program allows each student to tailor their studies to suit their own interests through a broad selection of coursework.  - Samantha Grider

 Four Year Plan

The Zoology Four Year Plan will give you an idea of what your coursework might look like over the four years.

 Degree Sheet

BS in Zoology 
BS in Zoology - Ecology & Conservation Biology
BS in Zoology - Pre-Medical Sciences
BS in Zoology - Pre-Veterinary Science 

 Earn a Minor in Zoology

Find out more about earning a Minor in Zoology by reviewing our Minor Requirements.

  Fact Sheet

The Fact Sheet will highlight some important information about the Integrative Biology Department.

 Meet our Faculty

One of our greatest assets are our faculty who are nationally recognized and widely published.  If you would like to know a little bit about each, visit our Faculty Bio Page.

Contact Information:
Integrative Biology Department       501 LSW
Phone:                                                  405.744.5555