I looked through the major catalog and didn't see anything relating to animals.
So, whats your take on it? Annoys the grits out of me. 2nd day im looking for that last species..
Only found 1yo youtube vids and as we all know. 1year irl time is 12millenia nms time.
If anyone has tips for im super happy to listen
I don't know if this type of books even exists, but if it does, I'd love to read it. I'd be happy qith anything tbh
So I am heavily pierced, I have about 9 facial piercings, but I’m having a mid life crisis at 21 thinking I might want to go into zoology. I would want to do field research on either mammals or reptiles, not sure which. I’m not even in college right now and wouldn’t be until next year at the earliest. But can anyone tell me if the piercings would matter much in the zoology field since I won’t be like talking to customers or working in an office most of the time?
I got accepted at UofC for Zoology this incoming Fall and still wondering if it is worth it to pursue my dream of becoming a vet. My main focus would be internal medicine and surgeon as a vet. Always been a straight A student and has excellent TOR.
Started late since I came to Canada with a work permit and slowly got PR this year.
Hi, I’m from Ohio and was wondering if anyone has recommendations for a college for zoology/wildlife biology. I’ve still got a few years, but I want to start thinking early. So, if anyone has any college names they’d like to throw out there, I’d much appreciate it :) I was thinking something in the Southeast, since I love Florida and wouldn’t mind somewhere in the Carolinas. Thanks!
Anyone got ideas on best universities in the england Wales area for zoology? I'm going next year
Ok what if I get animal from today but it look like other animal like bird but it look like wolf
They don't have to be the highest paying AND exciting, either or is cool :) I'd like to hear about ur job if it's in the zoology field or wild sciences or related. I'd love to work in the field often but make a liveable amount, you know? Thanks for any help in advance!
Was thinking of doing a Master/PhD over there, I am not sure about the job market or being able to find a postdoc position as an international over there though.Does anyone have an idea how the job market is like, for a foreigner?
What if (insert random mythical creature) was real and evolved in da real world?
God I really wish I had chosen this as my field of study. I went into 3D design and am finding it is better for me as a hobby. I was told this wouldnt be a good field for me just because I like animals and I should do design since I'm good at that.
Anyways I really want to learn zoology, I feel like it's the best starting point for cryptozoology since that isn't really an accepted scientific field.
I'm looking to study this online at OSU's E-campus. What have your job prospects been like after your bachelors in zoology? Did you go on to get your masters? What jobs/careers are you doing with your degree?
Looking for an engaging read that focuses around a more animalistic asthetic (if that makes sense). I loved The Isle of Dr. Moreau, Redwall is dope, Congo is interesting, Annihilation was great, and ZOO was meh, but I’m still looking for something to scratch my Zoobook/Tolkien itch.
Hello Travellers! I have been playing this game for a few months now and loving it, but there's one thing that consistently eludes me. That damn Zoology Milestone! I have gotten very close to scanning all the fauna on some planets but I can never seem to find the last one or two. So I'm here asking if there us a good way to get all the fauna to spawn or a way to attract them all? Any help is greatly appreciated!
So to preface I am a huge animal lover. I love all normal animals as much as the next, I’m also really interested in primates, reptiles, amphibians and other typical zoo animals. I was watching Jurassic World (I know it’s nothing close to zoology not nearly as exciting, action packed or badass filled as Chris Pratt’s role) but I got to thinking I’m a very curious person (I’ve always loved science but I’ve never been good at the math part besides every day math) I figured what better than to volunteer at my local zoo. I emailed them saying how much I enjoy animals, how I really want to learn more than the average person about any animals and that I don’t care if I’m feeding, removing waste from an exhibit, cleaning hand rails or bathrooms at a zoo. They got back to me and said that due to COVID they’re not allowing external people into the zoo. I really just want to be involved at a zoo and learn how these different animals interact with our world. My favorite memories were when I was a... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hi, I am currently considering a career change to become a zoologist. I've always loved animals and am fascinated by how they work and behave and how they've evolved, particularly things like domestication and intelligence and cognition. I think I would really enjoy zoology research, however as I have already done a degree, I would have to fund this one by myself. It would mean a big change to mine and my fiance's lives, so I don't want to make this decision lightly.
Before committing to a long and expensive degree, I'd like to do a sort of intro course and see if I will actually enjoy studying in depth and actually enjoy the sort of research I might do. I would really appreciate any zoologists suggesting good starting places/courses/resources, and what I can do to help my chances of getting accepted on a degree and helping future career prospects :)
Hey guys asking for a friend about how other people did on the Zoology test with Stevens? He did pretty bad and was wondering if there would be a curve/ how other people did mainly because there’s nothing online about this. Thanks!
This is for the people who became vegan for animals. I recently moved to a bit different field because I couldn't keep operating on animals but still wanted to study and understand them better. Now we have to catch animals in the wild, make them unconscious and put a gadget to track them to understand their habitats better. But every few days I am in the same dilemma. Is what I am doing really helping animals or not? I want to hear your opinions about it. What do you think? Should I continue?
Hello! I'm an 18y/o who's about to start college to get a Bachelor's in Zoology.
I dream big, and I want to get a Doctorate in Zoology after I graduate (that's just the big picture, with how long after being subjective to other factors).
My question is; what all would I be able to do with this, and, is it worth it? I want to be the very best, as they say, but am I dreaming too big? I'll most likely attend a public college. If possible, I also want to become a Dr. of (Exotic) Veterinary Medicine.
Any Dr.s here?
Hello! I am a 22 year old who has completed her first two years of college coursework and am interested in going into Zoology, or any other related field! I have searched high and low, but cannot find any Bachelor's degrees (besides general Biology) offered near me, and am not in the financial standing where I would be able to move to attend a university that does offer it. I live in the Chicagoland area, for the record! Therefore, my only option would be to pursue an online degree. I was interested in applying for Oregon State University for their Bachelor's in Zoology degree program, however I was very disappointed to discover that a GPA of at least 3.5 is desired to transfer. I have my Associate's from a community college, however due to my mental health (depression and suicidal thoughts) I only have a 2.8 GPA. I know it is terrible, but the damage is done and I obviously deeply regret it and am ashamed of it. Should I simply retake courses I did badly on, or does anyone else know o... keep reading on reddit ➡
I am 17 years old recently passed my 12th standard exam (higher secondary) in India. I am interested in Zoology and I would like to do my career in a nature reserve and similar things. I would like to know what my options in learning in Sweden. How easy is it to acquire a visa and what courses can I choose from. I have decent grades in my education (7.4/10 GPA). Need your suggestions and recommendations.
Ouac closes in 2 hours and I'm still panicking about acceptances. I want to be a vet and specialize in large animals. Am I really making the right choice by choosing guelph?
edit: I heard there wasn't much research or lab opportunities. Can anyone share some experiences?
is it true that majoring in zoology (at least at the bachelors level) can limit your job possibilities because it requires you to specialize in an area early on? one wildlife biologist recommended majoring in wildlife biology over zoology because she thinks you can get more jobs with a wildlife biology degree and then a different wildlife biologist told me that it doesn't matter at all what kind of biology degree you get and that either/or would suffice. Thoughts?
As the title says, I want to know what the zoology program is like at Michigan State University. How does it compare to zoology programs from other schools? Are there good networking opportunities? Are there research opportunities? How is the teaching? Etc.
I'll be graduating soon and I'm planning on pursuing a degree in Zoology. I like the idea of studying close to home, so I'm targeting European (english taught) universities in places like the UK or Holland. Although, I would like to point out that I'm not a consistent A student, my grades are more average, just incase the unis you recommend are a lil out of my league. Nevertheless, if anyone has some recommendations that would be very much appreciated!!
On the side note, I've spent a fair amount of time looking through the questions people have posted and the responses and many people have said that if you're interested in pursuing a life in animal care and handling (such as working for wildlife rescue operations or sanctuaries) zoology isn't the right degree to pursue.. My question is, what do you think would be a better option?
I have arachnophobia- pretty much everything that has more than 4 legs ( terrestrial) - and lately my fear of some specific insects have grown, like beetles, and some moths. I just wanted to know if it would be the right pass to choose this, I eventually wanted to focus on Bears, Reptiles or Amphibians.
As the title suggests, I want to further my knowledge and understanding of zoology. I live in Australia and intend to complete a bachelor of zoology, but I want to do a master's in the same field and possibly a PhD. I'm 34 right now and appreciate the fact our education system allows for the many differences in learning. The problem I see, is that I can't find any education institute that offers further education in this field.
A small backstory of myself:
I stuffed up when I was younger due to the education system lacking a way to assist my prescribed ADD. I left school in year 11 after 2 weeks when the educators suggested I was learning nothing and only disrupting other students. Fast forward to now, I am currently studying a diploma of science and will enter the second year of a bachelor in zoology by the start of next year.
But I don't want to stop there, I want to learn more and always want to continue learning. Any suggestions would be helpful.
Has anyone/ is anyone planning on (or know anyone) majoring in undergrad zoology? I’ve always planned on having zoology as my major but I feel like the longer I’m at uni the more I doubt this?? Idk I’m in first year and everyone (parents mainly tho) keeps talking about how there r no jobs and I’ll make no money and it’s a useless major. But I don’t really know what else I could major in or what other careers I’d want to pursue. Im in first year and because the only prereq for zoology is biology I didn’t do chem or physics so if I change majors I’d probably have to do an extra subject. I’d love to hear other people’s experiences and maybe get some advice on this if anyone’s offering? Cheers
I really want to switch from animal bio into zoology. I'm going into my first year so I'm wondering if it's allowed right now. Also, is there a difference between the courses for these two programs in first year?
Zoology seems to have more labs and I'm not sure how the school plans to conduct labs with the hybrid courses. Can somebody share experiences from animal bio or zoo?
I'm going into Zoology for a 4 year degree and I wish to know what do you all think the best 2 AUCC classes are for a Zoology Student. Thank you in advanced!
I finished high school over two years ago now. Coming out of high school I did not want to go into uni. I couldn't see myself committing to 3 years of studying considering how much I hated high school. I have always had an interest in animals and wanted to work directly with them (with a focus on big cats). After working various full-time job last year I started looking into uni again. I always knew about the zoology course and so ended up applying and got in. I was wanting to go because I thought that would I would learn would be relevant to what I wanted to do. After starting the first semester (in my country we started end of Feb) it was going ok for the first couple of weeks, we were just getting into everything and I was doing ok. Then I had a depressive episode (I don't know how to explain it properly, but I suffered from depression in high school). It through me for a loop and I had not had an episode like that in quite a long time. I didn't attend classes (except for one's that... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hey all I played at launch and was one trophy away from the plat. I had 9 of 10 planets fauna fully scanned but tried for ten+ hours to get the last one before rage uninstalling (ps4).
I recently reinstalled and now I have no idea how anything works. I’m trying to knock out this last trophy before continuing. Have any updates made it easier to find all fauna?
I did some google searches and apparently you can warp to specific planets (I have no idea how). One search result provided locations to planets where you can go and the fauna is already scanned, but the comments say it doesn’t work that way any more.
Any thoughts on how I can get this done?
1st Question: Do I have to take Chem Prep or can I just take Chem 105? 2nd Question: If I do not do well on the Math Placement will that affect me getting my Zoology Degree? 3rd and Final Question: Do I need to take the Math Proctored Exam or is that one Optional?
So in the fall, I'll be starting my studies for a Bachelor's degree in Zoology and I was wondering if there was anything I should know beforehand from others? Any resources I should take advantage of? I know I want to work with animals. I've worked at zoos but I don't have any specific animal or organization I want to work with. Is that bad? Should I try to consider or focus on some specific taxon by the time I graduate?
Has scavenging for seeds from bird feeders or spotting free seeds on the ground been conditioned in to the avian population or is there some natural behavior this stems from?
So I'm currently a junior in Uni majoring in Zoology/Pre-vet. I've been stressing over getting animal experience, especially with the Coronavirus making it almost impossible to volunteer at animal shelters or get any internships. So I've been contemplating taking a gap year after Uni in order to gain more animal experience. I've considered trying to get some sort of internship and/or continuing to volunteer at an animal shelter during the gap year. But I really want to know if I could become a vet assistant without having to take any vet assistant classes and getting certified for it. This is mainly due to the fact that I don't want to have to take more than a one year gap year.
Any advice or tips would be great, thanks!
As the title says, I want to know what the zoology program is like at Kent State University. How does it compare to zoology programs from other schools? Are there good networking opportunities? Are there research opportunities? How is the teaching? Etc.
As the title says, I want to know what the zoology program is like at the University of Vermont. How does it compare to zoology programs from other schools? Are there good networking opportunities? Are there research opportunities? How is the teaching? Etc.