BSc (Hons) Wildlife and Conservation
Our BSc (Hons) Wildlife and Conservation degree includes a range of science and practical modules to help develop the skills needed for careers in Ecological Consultancy and Wildlife Conservation.
Students will develop an understanding of both native and global animal and plant species, whilst also being able to develop their individual interests further through project-based research.
Modules in the first year provide a grounding in topics such as biology and botany, along with British wildlife and its identification. In the second and third year of the course, students undertake modules in areas such as ecology, habitat management, and conservation biology, whilst also developing their research skills which will culminate in the completion of a dissertation in their final year.
Students have access to our Designated County Wildlife site at Easton, which allows them to develop practical species identification and field research skills and apply the academic knowledge they are gaining through the course.
UCAS Course Code C184
If you have any specific questions about this course, please contact Megan Page - Course Leader BSc (Hons) Wildlife and Conservation, email: email@example.com
Why our College?
Flexible study options
Most of our courses require two days per week attendance at college. This means you can continue to work alongside your studies and balance other commitments.
Smaller class sizes
Our smaller class sizes mean you get all the support you need during your studies. This is a crucial difference to larger universities and provides you with access to your lecturers when you need them.
97% of our full time graduates and 100% of our part time graduates are in employment or further study 6 months after completing their degree (Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes, 2019, for CCN, published by Office for Students)
Our typical offer is 64 UCAS tariff points from A levels or equivalent. A minimum of GCSE Maths, English and Science (preferred) grade 4/C or above. UCAS points from Scottish Highers or Advanced levels are accepted. UCAS tariff points from BTEC or City and Guilds diplomas are accepted. Open University credits in lieu of A levels. Access to HE Diplomas at Pass level, or above, and with suitable science credits.
A broad range of assessment strategies will allow students to be assessed both practically and theoretically.
This will include :
· Academic Posters
· Literature Reviews
· Project work – including proposals, plans, presentations and reports
· Oral Presentations
· Reflective Journals
· Practical Assessments
· Laboratory reports
· Management plans
On successful completion of the BSc (Hons) students may apply seek provision for post graduate study in similar subjects at other institutions (subject to entry requirements)
Students will be well-equipped to progress into careers in the wildlife, conservation and ecological industries.
£9,000 per year (for UK students)
For international students (students from outside of the UK), fees are set at £13,000 per year