Carroll is ranked in the top 10 of the 2020 Universities.com list of animal behavior programs in the U.S.
All animal behavior students are required to develop hands-on skills via internships at places like the Racine Zoo, the Wildlife in Need Center or the behavior services department of the Humane Society. Carroll’s longstanding partnership with the Milwaukee County Zoo
sets our program apart by giving students access to a nationally recognized research training site just minutes from campus. The degree prepares students for careers that include zookeeper, animal trainer, wildlife biologist, researcher, wildlife rehabilitator or laboratory manager.