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The variety of subjects at both a theoretical and practical level helps produce multi-skilled graduates able to gain employment within many areas of the animal industry. In addition to providing a solid understanding of applied animal sciences, together with a comprehensive insight into a number of key disciplines crucial to animal management, such as welfare nutrition conservation and behaviour, you will also benefit from talks by leading industry organisations. UCAS Course Code: D300 H BScAniMgt Entry Requirements 160 UCAS points: 2 A levels at Grade C or above or a National Diploma at PMM or equivalent in appropriate subjects. Additional Experience Life experiences are taken into account when considering applications. Location Hadlow Course Duration Full time: 3 years, 2 days per week. Part time: 4 years, 1 12 day per week. Course Content Year 1 Cell biology Laboratory and field techniques Animal husbandry Animal behaviour Anatomy and physiology Principles of conservation Year 2 Breeding management and genetics Animal health Animal welfare Comparative anatomy, adaptation and evolution Principles of nutrition Animal enterprise management A choice of: Problem behaviour management or Global biodiversity and conservation Exotic collection management or Animal disease management Year 3 Current issues Organisational studies Applied animal nutrition Advanced vet nursing techniques Project A choice of: Field biology or Advanced animal behaviour Wildlife and habitat conservation or Welfare and law Assessment Method Coursework (written assignments, projects and presentations) as well as end of unit examinations. Progression Routes Successful students may progress onto a related MSc or PhD programme, or into a wide range of management and research posts within the industry. Specialist Equipment Needed Protective clothing, footwear and wet weather clothing as well as overalls will be required.

The variety of subjects at both a theoretical and practical level helps produce multi-skilled graduates able to gain employment within many areas of the animal industry. In addition to providing a solid understanding of applied animal sciences, together with a comprehensive insight into a number of key disciplines crucial to animal management, such as welfare nutrition conservation and behaviour,...

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