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BSc (Hons) Degree in Applied Animal Studies Mode: full-time Level: Six Course Content The first year provides a foundation in animal biology, animal behaviour, animal welfare, animal ecology and animal management after which students register on two of the following pathways. Animal Behaviour Animal Welfare Animal Science Animal Conservation Veterinary Health Zoo Management Please note that the pathways available may be influenced by student numbers and choices may be restricted by previous study/ experience. Assessment Methods Students are assessed using a wide range of methods including portfolios, reports, essays, oral presentations and time constrained tests. In the third year, students complete an individual research project on a topic of their choice. Previous topics include The effect of music on horse welfare Zoo visitor effects on primate behaviour The relationship between yield and fertility in dairy cattle Factors influencing the chance of re-homing shelter dogs Progression Opportunities Students may progress to the MSc in Animal Welfare or seek employment in the sector. Applications This course must be applied for via UCAS.

BSc (Hons) Degree in Applied Animal Studies Mode: full-time Level: Six Course Content The first year provides a foundation in animal biology, animal behaviour, animal welfare, animal ecology and animal management after which students register on two of the following pathways. Animal Behaviour Animal Welfare Animal Science Animal Conservation Veterinary Health Zoo Management Please note that the...

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