Course: MSc Animal Behavior and Welfare

Department: Animal Management

Type: Postgraduate

Duration: one year full-time, two years part-time

The Course

The programme is distinctive in that it allows students to look at developing the academic theories of animal behaviour and welfare with the practical applications of this knowledge in a wider context. Throughout the programme there will be a strong emphasis on the ethics and welfare of using animals and students will be able to consider the physiological areas relating to animal welfare.

How To Apply

Application is through our online application form

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Entry Requirements

Applicants should have a minimum of a 2.2 Honours Degree (Level 6), ideally in Biological Science subjects or equivalent. Work experience will be taken into account if an unrelated qualification is held.

Sandra Nicholson

MSc Applied Animal Behaviour and Training

Our new MSc Applied Animal Behaviour and Training course launches at Riseholme in September... Find out how Sandra, a student at our partner College - Bishop Burton, goton from graduating as Student of the Year to pursuing a career within bovine welfare monitoring.