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FdSc ANIMAL CONSERVATION


2 YEARS, FULL-TIME | 3 YEARS, PART-TIME AWARDING BODY: UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH


PETROC: HEB025 UCAS: D3H8


This innovative and exciting foundation degree gives you the opportunity to study both land and marine animal conservation, making excellent use of the surrounding habitats we are fortunate to have on our doorstep, including exmoor national park, north devon biosphere reserve and lundy island. You will work with external organisations on current conservation projects in the area, for example, freshwater pearl mussels with Devon Wildlife Trust and crayfish monitoring with Exmoor National Park.


You will learn by taking part in practical conservation field work, laboratory work and behaviour observations. Throughout the course, you can expect to study a wide range of modules including animal health and disease, zoological conservation, behavioural ecology and wildlife management and rehabilitation.


The FdSc gives you the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to be able to leave the course competent in a wide range of fundamental conservation skills, from animal health to zoo conservation techniques. Students studying FdSc Animal Conservation will engage in a variety of meaningful ecological and zoological work in the field enabling them to gain real work-based competencies.


Assessments for the course focus on identifying if you are both theoretically and practically able to perform at this level within this field of study. Assessments include ecological field surveys and reports, plant and animal identification tests, laboratory write-ups, presentations and essays.


PROGRESSION


Upon successful completion of the FdSc Animal Conservation, students may be able to progress to the BSc (Hons) Biosciences degree at the University of Plymouth.


Students may also be able to progress onto the second year of the Animal Behaviour and Welfare, and Zoology BSc programmes.. Please note that there is a deadline for progression applications and places may be subject to availability.


32 JANUARY/FEBRUARY STARTS AVAILABLE


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