If you study a Masters in Animal Behaviour, you’ll learn about a range of topics, from Ethology and the history of Animal Behaviour research through to animal emotions, animal development and animal memory.
You’ll also discover how to observe and analyse animal behaviour to the design and implantation of experiments on animal behaviour. Plus, you’ll find out how to interpret and communicate your research findings.
Many Masters in Animal Behaviour are hands-on, giving postgraduates the opportunity to complete field trips in exciting locations. You’re likely to have exposure to animals in a variety of settings, both wild and captive.
Why study a Masters in Animal Behaviour?
A Masters in Animal Behaviour will provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to pursue a career in animal behaviour research or to work in a related field such as animal welfare, animal husbandry or animal training.