Biology Schools Offering Zoology and Animal Biology in Illinois

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Illinois Zoology and Wildlife Schools Illinois is the right state to get your diploma in zoology and wildlife. There are 4 schools offering respective programs in Illinois, and the best one is offered by Southern Illinois University Carbondale. That school offers an excellent zoology and wildlife program evaluated with five-star rating for curriculum and four stars for teaching.

See all the zoology and wildlife schools and colleges in Illinois below or narrow your search by desired diploma or city in Illinois. You might also want to see our latest ranking of the best environmental schools in Illinois.

Illinois zoology & wildlife schools:

Southern Illinois University Carbondale - Biology School Ranking
1. Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Carbondale, 3 zoology & wildlife programs

Western Illinois University - Biology School Ranking
2. Western Illinois University

Macomb, 1 zoology & wildlife program

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign - Biology School Ranking
3. University of Illinois

Champaign, 2 zoology & wildlife programs

Olivet Nazarene University - Biology School Ranking
4. Olivet Nazarene University

Bourbonnais, 2 zoology & wildlife programs

IL zoology & wildlife schools by diploma:

Certificates: 1 school
Bachelor's Degrees: 2 schools
Master's Degrees: 2 schools
Doctoral Degrees: 2 schools

IL zoology & wildlife schools by city:

Bourbonnais: 1 school
Carbondale: 1 school
Champaign: 1 school
Macomb: 1 school

Other biology school programs in Illinois:

General Biology: 97 schools
Botany and Agriculture: 4 schools
Anatomy and Physiology: 14 schools
Environment and Ecology: 5 schools
Biomedical Sciences: 17 schools
Cellular and Molecular: 10 schools
Genetic Science: 8 schools
Bioengineering and Biotechnology: 8 schools
Biochemistry and Biophysics: 72 schools
Bioinformatics and Biometrics: 4 schools

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