It is always one or the other. All colleges in the U.S. that offer zoology or wildlife biology have class sizes in the 100's and usually not very esteemed academics. I really don't understand that but I am willing to go international. If someone wants to explain why no U.S. private colleges offer zoology please do so. Also, the way Cambridge requires 5 AP scores of 5 is ridiculous, and UMelbourne is extremely expensive.
I went to college boards big future feature and selected semi to very selective colleges with zoology. Here are a few of them that list a decent student teacher ratios.
Berry College, GA 11:1 (Semi selective)
College of the Atlantic, ME 10:1 (Semi selective)
Liberty University, VA NA (very selective)
San Diego State University, CA 25:1 (very selective)
it doesnt need to be super small classes but like under 50 average
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