Carroll University’s animal behavior minor allows you to learn and participate in one of the few undergraduate programs of its kind in the nation. A minor in animal behavior combines coursework in biology and psychology in a way that lets you concentrate on learning more about animals.
Carroll University's animal behavior minor provides you with background on how both companion animals and wild animals think and behave. It’s perfect for students who would like to learn more about animals and it pairs well with a number of other majors. If you’re interested in veterinary medicine you might pair a major in biology or biochemistry with a minor in animal behavior. Students interested in animal welfare might consider a major in leadership, business administration or political science paired with a minor in animal behavior. Even students considering a career as an artist or photographer working with animals might benefit from a minor in animal behavior.