Students attending college have access to extensive on-site facilities includigan an animal centre housing a wide range of animal species, in addition to on-line learning and research materials. Students also have the opportunity of independent study outside of college and of submitting work digitally on-line. Students will study compulsory core modules relating to independent research in a subject area of specific interest to themselves, in addition to modules relating to in-depth study of animal behaviour, ethology, physiology, health and welfare.
Research Methods for Biosciences (20 credits) compulsory core. Animal Communication (20 credits) Animal Learning and Cognition (20 credits) Invertebrate Zoology (20 credits) Behavioural Ecology of Indigenous Species (20 credits) Applied Animal Welfare (20 credits) Applied Parasitology (20 credits) Dissertation (40 credits) compulsory core.
Essays; Written Reports; Case Study Reports; Independent Practical research / observations; Research Portfolios; Presentations.
How to apply
If your application is completed by the following date, it’s guaranteed to be considered:
15 January*If you apply after this deadline, universities or colleges don’t have to consider your application if they’ve filled their spaces, so the sooner you apply, the better!
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|Campus name||Pibwrlwyd Campus|
Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
|UCAS Tariff||Applicants that have not achieved an HND or Foundation Degree on application will be required to undertake study at level 4 & 5 before progressing onto the BSc level 6 modules.|
Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£9000||Year 1|