BSc (Hons) Animal Behaviour and Welfare
Are you passionate about understanding animal behaviour and applying it to improve welfare? Do you want to understand the evolution of behaviour across a range of organisms? Applying an understanding of animal health and metabolism, you will understand a broad range of aspects of behaviour and welfare. Designing and carrying out behavioural studies in a range of settings - working within legal frameworks to protect welfare - and analysing your data, you will gain skills sought by employers.
In the 2016 National Student Survey, 96% of students felt staff on this course were good at explaining things; 96% felt that the staff made the subject interesting; 96% found the course intellectually stimulating and 83% were satisfied with the course overall.
If you haven’t met our advertised UCAS tariff: please call our hotline anyway to see what options are available to you, as the tariff isn’t always the same in Clearing. If you are concerned you haven’t got enough points, you can also consider courses with a foundation year which lead straight onto a full degree.