What type of education is needed for zoology?
At least a bachelor's degree in zoology from a university.
You need to study wild animals and know all about them for a head start. Education: In the US, education needed for a wildlife biologist includes a bachelor's degree in wildlife management with classes in mammalogy, zoology, animal management and mathematics. A Wildlife Biologist who wishes to advance to management or supervisory positions should consider earning a Ph.D.
The type of education needed if you wanted to pursue a career as a physiotherapist is a strong foundation in English, mathematics, life sciences, and health and physical education. An undergraduate degree in Physiotherapy, Applied Science or Exercise Science, is required. Upon graduating, a two year Master of Physiotherapy degree is required.
There is no specific career for zoologist. Therefore one can become researcher, zookeeper, animal behaviourist (own a clinic for example), science editor, wildlife photographer, gamekeeper, behaviour ecologist, concervationist.... Basicly you can do anything where basic science or animal background is needed. With a bit more ("extra") education one can perhabs also become a science teacher or forensic scientist/investigator. It is only after the first degree in higher education (usually Bachelor degree) that one has to…