Year One (Level 4)
Study and Research Skills.
Functional Anatomy and Physiology.
Animal Health and Disease.
Animal Welfare and Legislation.
Principles of Animal Ecology (10 credits)
Principles of Animal Behaviour (10 credits)
Work Based Learning.
Year Two (Level 5)
Applied Breeding and Population Genetics
Specialist Research Project
Applied Companion Animal Behavior.
Applied Animal Husbandry and Nutrition.
Applied Conservation of Wildlife (Option Unit).
Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation (option unit)
Topics in Applied Psychology (option unit)
The key route following the foundation degree is the BSc (Hons) Animal Behaviour and Welfare top up year at Kingston Maurward College. Other colleges and univerisities also offer similar final year courses.
This qualification offers excellent employment opportunities in the following areas: animal welfare organisations, assurance, inspection and enforcement agencies, wildlife conservation organisations, animal collections, laboratory technicians, animal behaviour consultancy and training. Graduates have progressed to postgraduate qualifications following completion of the BSc Top Up year at Kingston Maurward College. In 2017-18, 100% of our graduates were employed or in further study on Top Up programmes.
Dates & Fees
|Start Date||End Date||Start Time||End Time||Mode of Attendance||Days of the Week||No of sessions|
|23-Sep-19||30-Jul-21||9.15 a.m.||4.45 p.m.||Degree Level||Mon, Tue, Wed Yr1. Wed, Thu, Fri Yr2.|
|Total Fee Full Cost||Total Fee 19-23||Total Fee 24+|
There will be an additional cost towards industry visits and study tours. Day tours from £10 - 20
Water proof clothing, sturdy walking boots and wellington boots, laboratory coat and protective overalls/clothing.
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