Animal Management, FdSc

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Animal Management, FdSc
Animal Management, FdSc
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Animal Management, FdSc
Animal Management, FdSc
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Overview


This course will equip you with the scientific knowledge, understanding of animal biology and welfare, and business and research skills required to get ahead in the fields of animal management, science and husbandry.

As a £1 billion industry, there are so many employment opportunities in the sectors relating to animal management and science. This course has been designed to help students stand out to employers by providing a broad base of knowledge and practical skills in key areas including animal biology, behaviour, welfare, health and nutrition.

You will learn the analytical and research skills required for further study and also undertake a work placement with an organisation dealing with wildlife, pets or livestock.

The course is taught in the science laboratories and classrooms at our Knightstone Campus, with practical studies sometimes taking place at our brand new Animal Management Education Centre at Puxton Park.

Course length:

Full-Time: 2 years (2 days a week)
Part-Time: 3 years (1.5 days a week)

Start date:

September 2022

Location:

Knightstone Campus and Animal Management Education Centre

Course codes:

Institution: W47
Course: D302
Campus: -

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Course detail

The course covers the key theories and practices in animal management, from biology and behaviour to nutrition and welfare. You’ll also study business case studies and data analysis. The programme also includes day trips to animal rescue and rehabilitation centres and longer residential visits at an additional expense. Students on this course recently visited Monkey World in Dorset and also spent time in London at the Natural History and Hunterian museums, for example.

It is taught by our expert and experienced lecturers in the bespoke classrooms at Winter Gardens in the centre of Weston, with practical studies taking place at the brand new Animal Management Education Centre at Puxton Park. Students on this course can also take advantage of the learning and teaching facilities on offer in our new University Centre in the redeveloped Winter Gardens, which is on the seafront in the centre of Weston.

Please click on the next tab to find out more about what you’ll learn on this programme and how it is delivered. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the course leader Gill Cook or UCW’s HEART student services team. It would also be great to meet you and show you around at our next Open Day.


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Quick Stats

93% of animal science and management graduates progress to work and/or further study within six months of graduating (Prospects data).

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Quick Stats

93% of animal science and management graduates progress to work and/or further study within six months of graduating (Prospects data).

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