Graduates with a degree from the Department of Animal Biotechnology and Conservation are able to:

  • Attend veterinary school or graduate school
  • Work within one of the allied health professions
  • Work as a research assistant in biomedical or pharmaceutical firms
  • Work in wildlife biology, conservation or game management
  • Work in state and national parks or game preserves
  • Work as an environmental educator
  • Work in wildlife rehabilitation
  • Work as a zoo or aquarium professional