This programme covers a wide-range of areas within wildlife conservation. Staff are involved in pioneering projects, including welfare assessment for conservation, the Scottish Wildcat Project, and this has helped lead the development of Wildlife Forensics as an academic subject area. Students will carry out field and lab work that gives insight into key research in this area. Students will study Wildlife Crime, supported by Conservation Genetics. Students will also have the opportunity to obtain essential Field Identification Skills.
Minimum of lower second class (2:2) honours degree, which normally has a significant content of Biological Science (e.g. Biology, Biological Sciences, Environmental Science, Animal Behaviour etc.); or substantial relevant working experience together with evidence of recent study.
Recipient: University of Chester
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