This degree programme will follow a broad animal science format in the first 2 years, to provide a grounding in animal biology and animal management, before specialising in the behaviour and welfare of managed animals in years 3 and 4. Elective options in the degree years will allow specialism in areas
such as genetics, nutrition, health, or equine science.
This course will provide a grounding in animal welfare theory and practice, the application of animal behaviour techniques and the ethics of animal use. Students will be taught by international experts in animal welfare science, and will gain skills relevant for a career in animal welfare (e.g. with Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), research or animal management).
Example modules: Animal Welfare Science; Introduction to Animal Behaviour; Animal Welfare and Ethics of Animal Use; Pain and Approaches to Pain Mitigation.
4 Highers at BBCC including Biology or Chemistry plus English and Maths at National 5.
Part time (day)
Animal and Biological Sciences