What is Zoology/Integrative Biology?
Zoology is a branch of natural science that deals with the integrative study of animal biology. It is concerned with every level of biological organization from gene to ecosystem, and with structure, physiology, behavior, genetics, development, distribution, and evolution of animals.
Integrative Biology offers four undergraduate degrees: B.S. in Integrative Biology, B.S. in Zoology, B.S. in Environmental Biology-Zoology, and a B.A. in Zoology. We do not offer online degree programs.
High School Preparation
As a prospective major, we strongly recommend that you develop a strong background in mathematics and writing in high school. Our majors are expected to acquire a broad background in the sciences fundamental to the understanding of modern zoology or integrative biology. If you have questions about the relevance of AP, IB, or transfer courses, please contact an Integrative Biology advisor.
Scholarship opportunities are available through:
- Office of Admissions
- Office of Financial Aid
- College of Natural Science
- Lyman Briggs
- Honors College
- National/International Fellowships & Scholarships
- MSU Scholarship Search
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We hope that exploring this website will give you a sense of all that we have to offer students. If you have further questions, please call the Department of Integrative Biology Office at (517) 355-4640, send an email to email@example.com, or schedule a campus visit.