Question by Chris Fernandez: What are some colleges that offer degrees in zoology in Virginia?
Googled it, can’t seem to find any, but I don’t know what I’m doing, so does anyone know of any colleges in Virginia that offer classes so I can get a degree in zoology?
Answer by sojournsoul If you click Virginia on this website, it will show two schools: U of Va, and VCU.
I found another list of schools that listed zoology among the courses offered including Christopher Newport, William & Mary, George Mason, Hampton, Hollins (Roanoke), and Liberty.
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