B.S. in Zoo & Wildlife Biology
Residential Zoo & Wildlife Biology Program
Develop the skills you need for an exciting career working with animals with a Bachelor of Science in Zoo and Wildlife Biology degree from Liberty University. This degree will prepare for a career in a zoo, game park, rehabilitation center, veterinary clinic, and more. You can also confidently pursue graduate work in natural resources and wildlife management.
Learn animal husbandry and gain wildlife research skills as you study the biology and behavior of vertebrates.
With this degree, you’ll get hands-on experience for your career or graduate study through your research projects and internship.
The B.S. in Zoo and Wildlife Biology is offered through the Department of Biology & Chemistry.
Academics: Zoo & Wildlife Biology (B.S.)
116-129 hours, with 53-55 credit hours of major courses
Program of Study (DCP)
View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements
- Ecology (BIOL 310)
- Animal Behavior (BIOL 408)
- Comparative Animal Physiology (BIOL 416)
- Vertebrate Natural History (BIOL 418)
- Zoo Keeper
- Zoo Curator
- Wildlife Biologist
- Conservation Officer
- Park Naturalist
- Animal Care Specialist
Alumnus Zach Millender is one of Liberty’s first zoo and wildlife biology graduates and works as an animal care specialist at SeaWorld San Antonio.
“Liberty is a huge part of the reason that I am here at SeaWorld,” he said. “Being in an environment that fostered my passion, where I was told, ‘You are capable of doing this, we want to make it a smooth process for you, and we want to prepare you and equip you to best get there,’ made a huge difference for me.”
Read more about Zach: Recent graduate fulfills lifelong dream of working at SeaWorld