College Values Online recently ranked Millersville University’s bachelor’s degree in biology with animal behavior option number four in its top 10 list for 2017-18. The ranking took graduation rates and annual net price into consideration.
“At Millersville, your animal behavior bachelor’s can be custom made to fit your interests and career aspirations,” says College Values Online.
And, the faculty at Millersville are experts in their disciplines.
Dr. Jean Boal, professor of animal behavior and marine biology at Millersville, was recently interviewed by National Geographic for an article on cuttlefish, which she is an expert on.
Animal behavior is the scientific study of everything animals do, whether the animals are single-celled organisms, invertebrates, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds or mammals. It involves investigating the relationship between animals and their physical environment as well as their relationship to other organisms, and includes such topics as how animals find and defend resources, avoid predators, choose mates and reproduce and care for their young.
College Values Online’s mission is to provide assistance in selecting the best college for each individual situation by offering rankings of schools and various degree programs, in addition to information on numerous career options from a value perspective.
For a complete list of rankings, visit http://www.collegevaluesonline.com/rankings/best-college-animal-behavior-programs/.
For more information about the animal behavior program at Millersville University, visit http://www.millersville.edu/biology/degrees/animal-behavior-option.php.