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Animal Behavior is an interdisciplinary minor between Departments of Psychology and Biology. You may find this minor of special interest if you are majoring in psychology, biology, interpretive biology and natural history or wildlife and fisheries. It is also ideal for those who wish to attend veterinary medicine school.
Advanced students may apply to care for and conduct research with the Psychology Department's colony of cotton-top tamarin monkeys.
For more information on these programs, please contact Dr. Erica Kennedy.
Minor Requirements from the Undergraduate Catalog