Carroll is ranked No. 8 on the 2019 Universities.com list of top animal behavior programs in the United states.
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 long-standing 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.