Minor: Zoology (ZOOL), Minor
Zoology is a life science degree that provides students with a thorough background in the biology of animals. Zoology majors learn about animal diversity and select among upper-division courses on specific animal groups and/or related topics. Courses to expect for this major include Animal Biology, General Ecology, Vertebrate Morphology, Invertebrate Zoology, General Genetics, and Evolution, as well as a choice among specialized, upper-division courses. Zoology majors also work on an independent research project in a faculty mentor’s lab or complete a relevant internship.
Zoology graduates are prepared to enter a variety of career fields, including the public and private sector, graduate school, or professional programs, such as medical school or veterinary school. Our graduates enjoy successful careers in a variety of fields:
• Conservation Biology
• Environmental Management
• Health Care
• Politics and Policy
• Science Museums/Zoos/Aquariums
Finish in Four
The Finish in Four plans are designed to assist students in an eight semester plan guiding them to graduate within four years. Students may use this as a guide as they plan their undergraduate education, but should adjust it to fit their personal goals.
A minor in Zoology is designed to provide students with a broad background in the biology of animals. Courses include Animal Biology, General Genetics, Evolution, and a choice among specialized animal-based courses, such as Biology of Fishes, General Parasitology, Herpetology, Invertebrate Zoology, Limnology, Mammalogy, or Ornithology.
For minor requirements, please visit the Office of Registrar.
Scholarships are available for prospective freshmen, transfer students, current students and continuing students through the University, College of Arts & Sciences, and respective Departments.
When students complete the OSU admission application, they are automatically considered for the University Level scholarships.
Students are eligible for College Level scholarships within the College of Arts and Sciences after completing 12 hours at OSU. Some exceptions may apply. See specific scholarships for criteria.
The Department of Integrative Biology offers Departmental Level scholarships for elgible students.
Become an OK-LSAMP Scholar! OK-LSAMP is a consortium of Oklahoma colleges and universities working together to develop programs aimed at increasing the number of students from under-represented populations who receive degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines. The OK-LSAMP scholarship program provides scholars with increased opportunities and connections, including undergraduate research experiences, graduate school preparation, international experiences, and internships/externships with companies in the STEM fields.
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501 Life Sciences West
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74078