The greatest challenge facing conservation biologists today is the preservation of the world’s biodiversity in the face of considerable human demands on space and resources.
By combining the disciplines of wildlife biology and conservation biology, experienced staff will help you develop and apply both the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to address this challenge.
Our graduates have gone on to work for government agencies and independent wildlife organisations nationally and internationally.
Biodiversity and Conservation; Case Studies in Applied Ecology;
Field and Laboratory Skills; Humans and Wildlife; Management of Aquatic Protected Areas; Modelling Wildlife Populations; Principles of Wildlife Management; Research Project;
A minimum 2:2 Honours degree, preferably including aspects of ecology/biology.
Distance and Flexible learning
Part time (day)
3 - 4 years