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BSc (Hons)Animal Conservation and Biodiversity

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Course code DC41
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Overview

Although firmly grounded in animal sciences, as a work-related degree the BSc (Hons) Animal Conservation and Biodiversity programme does not restrict successful graduates in their eventual choice of career. The high quality, broad-based, training in animal conservation enables graduates to move into the many career paths which are found within the fields of both domestic and wild animal conservation.

As a student at Hadlow College, you have the opportunity to work in one of the best animal units in the UK and be supported by a team of industry experts who are active within the industry and in conservation research.

Throughout the programme there will be opportunities to see a variety of different management practices through a range of field trips. These include overseas study tours which, in the past, have included such destinations as Costa Rica, Zambia, and South Africa. In addition, students enjoy access to Jersey Zoo with the Durrell Wildlife Park.

Programme structure

Year 1

Fundamentals of Biochemistry (30 credits)
Fundamentals of Biology and Physiology (30 credits)
Practical and Professional Skills (30 credits)
Basic Chemistry for Life Science (15 credits)
Introduction to Medical Science (15 credits)

Year 2

Bioanalytical Techniques (15 credits)
Immunology (15 credits)
Metabolism and Disease (15 credits)
Pathobiology (15 credits)
Physiological Systems and Regulation (15 credits)
Pharmacology (15 credits)
Research and Professional Skills (15 credits)
Professional Practice in Biomedical Science (15 credits)

Year 3

One Year Professional Practice Placement

Year 4

Cancer Biology and Therapeutics (15 credits)
Cellular and Molecular Pathology (15 credits)
Advanced and Clinical Immunology (15 credits)
Medical Biochemistry (15 credits)
Medical Microbiology (15 credits)
Haematology and Blood Transfusion (15 credits)
Project (30 credits)

Career opportunities

Graduates may pursue management and technical positions in the animal conservation industry in both the UK and abroad. Graduates may progress to related MSc or PhD programmes.

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Application start
Aug 1, 2018
Application deadline
Aug 1, 2018 23:59
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We are currently NOT ACCEPTING applications from NON-EU countries, except Georgia and Serbia.

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States