The Honours B.Sc. major in Zoology is the most flexible animal major offered within the Department of Integrative Biology. It provides you with a broad and basic grounding in animal biology, with courses in physiology, ecology, evolution, and biodiversity. In your third and fourth years, there are opportunities to choose elective courses that suit your areas of interest. You will also have the opportunity to complete a research or field course. Students have participated in field courses on both coasts of Canada, in Algonquin Park or the Churchill area, as well as Australia, Argentina, Iceland and Costa Rica. Our Zoology graduates have taken up a variety of careers, including research, teaching, environmental consulting and provincial and federal government positions. The teaching and research expertise in the Department of Integrative Biology makes Guelph an outstanding choice for your undergraduate studies in Zoology.

Further information about the College of Biological Science can be found at: http://www.uoguelph.ca/cbs

Information regarding research and faculty involved in the Zoology major can be found at:

Information about what students have done with the Zoology major can be found on the Career Services website at: http://www.cecs.uoguelph.ca/students/what_can_i_do_with_my_degree

A complete listing of all courses required for this major can be found in the Schedule of Studies located in the Undergraduate Calendar.