Career Preparation

A degree in Animal Behavior offers exciting career possibilities

There are numerous career paths to explore if you earn a degree in Animal Behavior. Some students plan to attend graduate school to continue their research or obtain advanced degrees in fields such as wildlife conservation. Others wish to work in a setting with animals or pursue a program in veterinary medicine. No matter what path you choose, a degree in Animal Behavior will provide you with the foundational liberal arts skills prized by employers of all kinds.

The Walter Center for Career Achievement is here to help

Dedicated to students majoring in the College of Arts and Sciences, the Walter Center will help you navigate the path to your future with focused career community programming, one-on-one advising services, information on career events and career courses, an extensive online resource library, and internships and job postings. Get advice about how to write your resume and prepare for job interviews, too.

Visit the Walter Center website

The Walter Center’s Career Communities help connect you with the industries you’re interested in. Students in the College of Arts and Sciences, along with prospective students, can sign up to receive Career Community alerts. These alerts will notify you of events, unique online content, and other opportunities related to your specific career interests.