Wildlife Conservation with Natural Resource Management BSc (Hons)
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Wildlife Conservation with Natural Resource Management BSc (Hons)

Harper Adams University

This course provides comprehensive training in modern wildlife management techniques and is designed to introduce key concepts of wildlife conservation, biodiversity and sustainable resource management. Students will develop a broad understanding of the scientific principles required for effective management of our wild flora and fauna, which is increasingly coming under pressure as a result of human activity. Combined with a sound scientific underpinning students will gain hands-on experience in the techniques of collecting, analysing, and interpreting data for the conservation and management of our wildlife and natural resources.

Key features include:

  • A one year fully embedded industrial placement within this sector
  • Year 1 and Year 4 residential field study courseĀ  to underpin and contextualise the learning experience
  • A range of field trips and visits to relevant local and national organisations to support and provide real life experience and to meet professions in their field of work
  • Dedicated resources and facilities to support this programme
  • Applied and taught by industry experts who are passionate about their subject areas
  • A focus on the practical application of theory that provides our students with the skills to succeed in their chosen career
BSc (Hons) Award
September Start
Study Mode
4 years Duration

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