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Animal Behaviour » Career Opportunities

Graduates in Animal Behaviour will be able to use both biological and psychological approaches to address issues in the fields of animal conservation, wildlife management, animal welfare and the fundamental study of behaviour.

Animal Behaviour can lead into the following careers

Zookeeper/Zoo Manager

Zookeepers/zoo managers care for animals in zoos, wildlife parks or aquariums.
Zookeeper/Zoo Manager

Dog Trainer

Dog trainers modify the behaviour of a dog.
Dog Trainer

Animal Physiologist

Animal physiologists carry out research on how human or animal bodies work.
Animal Physiologist

Animal Attendant

Animal attendants groom and provide food, water and care for animals in kennels, catteries, salons, pet shops, veterinary practices, and research or animal care centres.
Animal Attendant

Animal Control Officer

Animal control officers enforce laws and regulations that deal with animals and their owners.
Animal Control Officer

Artificial Breeding Technician

Artificial breeding technicians artificially inseminate livestock.
Artificial Breeding Technician