Three colleges that offer zoology programs are Miami University in Oxford, Ohio; Michigan State University in Lansing, Michigan; and the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. Each of these universities offers various degree programs and courses of study within the wider field of zoological studies.
Miami University offers the following degree courses in Zoology: Bachelor of Arts in Zoology, Bachelor of Science in Zoology, Master of Science in Zoology, and Doctor of Philosophy in Zoology. The university's Center for Animal Behavior offers the opportunity for students to participate in various research activities, and students can also study animals in their natural habitat in the 183-acre Ecology Research Center and the Bachelor Wildlife Reserve.
Michigan State University offers the following bachelor degree courses in Zoology: Bachelor of Arts in Zoology, B.S. in Zoology, B.S. in Environmental Biology and Zoology and B.S. in Zoology. Graduate programs include Master of Science in Zoology, Master of Science in Zoo and Aquarium Management, Doctor of Philosophy in Zoology and Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental Toxicology and Zoology. MSU also claims research facilities such as the Kellogg Biological Station as well as the A.J. Cook Arthropod Research Collection, featuring over 2 million species of insects available for study.
Finally, the University of Florida offers a Bachelor of Science in Zoology, Master of Science in Zoology, Master of Science in Teaching Zoology and Doctor of Philosophy in Zoology. Furthermore, zoology students at UF have access to both the Arthur R. Marshall, Jr. Ecological Sciences Laboratory as well as the Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience.