This modular course offers FdSc/HND Animal Welfare and Management and HND Animal Care (or equivalent) students the opportunity to upgrade their qualification to an honours degree. It is linked closely to the established BSc (Hons) Animal Health and Welfare.
The key areas to be studied include Principles of Animal Behaviour, Behavioural Methodology and Applied Animal Behaviour. There are also specialist modules for both farm and companion animals in terms of behaviour and welfare. Graduates from this course would be well suited to careers as pet behaviour counsellors or animal welfare officers.
* During the Covid-19 Pandemic the University is delivering blended learning. Government guidance is being constantly reviewed to establish the learning events which can be delivered face to face. Please refer to our frequently asked questions for further details.
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Note: BSc (Hons) Year 2 is July-December only, and is a continuation of the Honours Research Project module started in year 1.
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