|Faculty:||Faculty of Science, Engineering, and Architecture
|Description:||Tailor your degree and specialize in many areas of Zoology including animal biology, organisms and their development, genetics, evolution, physiology, behaviour, and interaction with the environment. Sudbury is a great place to study the effects of the pollution and rehabilitation, with its history in mining and its successful, UNESCO-recognized re-greening program. Join the successful line of researchers whose work was published in the scientific journal Zoonoses and Public Health and highlighted on CBC’s Points North.
Specialization in Zoology provides courses that are designed to give students a rigorous background in the fundamentals of animal biology, with an emphasis on whole organisms and their development, genetics, evolution, physiology, behaviour, and interaction with the environment. The specialization provides enough flexibility to allow students to pursue specific areas of interests such as mammals, reptiles and frogs, fisheries biology, evolution, wildlife management, etc. Academic Advisor: Dr. Mery Martinez Garcia
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