What is the difference between becoming a Zoologist and a Wildlife Biologist?
As of right now, I am in my second year, and have declared my major as Wildlife Biology, however I haven't really taken any classes towards my major so I wanted to make 100% sure before I commit to this. Can you describe what a Zoologist does and then what a Wildlife Biologist does in depth? Thanks.
Asked By: - 9/21/2009
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Yeah, pretty much what Crikey said..I am a wildlife biologist but my degree is in zoology. These degrees can be somewhat interchangeable qualifying you the same types of jobs. Experience may determine what type of job you eventually get rather than the major you earned your degree under. For example some of the... More
Answered By: birdgirl - 9/21/2009
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They're the same thing really, at my university there are like 6 classes that are different. In Wildlife Bio you take forestry, in Zoo you take more bio courses, so I chose Zoo... More
Answered By: Crikey a Wild Ski Bum - 9/21/2009
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