Zoology courses cover broad study options including aquatic zoology, animal behaviour, biological sciences, and marine zoology. Typically, zoology programmes are designed as an applied scientific analysis of the animal kingdom, where studies range from the biology of animal groups to the transferral of characteristics across generations. Zoologist graduates may work in a number of careers, from applied fieldwork based right across the globe, to more in-depth research that leads to medicine development and procurement.
Where: Manchester Metropolitan University
What: Wildlife Biology BSc (Hons)
by Alanay - January 2015
I was extremely pleased with this course at Manchester Metropolitan University.I was very impressed with the brand new state of the art facilities as well as the extremely high standard of teaching and "open door" policy. The course also offered excellent field trips. I throughly enjoyed myself and gained a valuable qualification. It has inspired me to work harder and I am currently studying a masters in a related field at MMU.
Zoologists study animal evolution, ecology, genetics, behaviour, development and physiology. They have detailed knowledge of subjects like cell biology and genetics, and their work is used to enable advances in areas such as medicine, environmental protection and conservation, agriculture and aquaculture, and marine biology. Work might include the development and testing of new drugs, improving agricultural crops and livestock, disease and pest control, conservation of endangered habitats and species, and animal welfare and education. Work for governmental agencies may include developing...more
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