Animal Behavior, Ecology & Conservation
Animal Behavior, Ecology and Conservation
The Animal Behavior, Ecology and Conservation Program combines the rigorous scientific study of Animal Behavior with a values-focused curriculum in the liberal arts tradition. It is for students who want to thoroughly understand the facts and theoretical underpinnings of animal behavior, and who also want to use that understanding to promote animal welfare and wildlife conservation. The program will produce graduates who are expert in the science side of animal behavior, and who are also strongly grounded in the ethical and moral considerations in these disciplines. Canisius College is a national leader in this area by being among the first academic institutions to formally tie the study of animals to ethical considerations.
Why Study Animal Behavior, Ecology and Conversation at Canisius
- The ABEC program offers a myriad of opportunities for travel and hands-on investigation.
- Experienced faculty have both academic rigor and a wide range of professional and field experience.
- Graduates have expertise in the science of animal behavior and are strongly grounded in the ethical and moral considerations of these disciplines.
The Animal Behavior, Ecology and Conservation Program is aligned with the Canisius College Institute for the Study of Human-Animal Relations.
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