Awarded by: University of Hull
This final year programme builds on the skills developed during the foundation degree. Students are equipped with a sound understanding of animal behaviour and welfare in commercial and domestic environments.
What You Study: Captive animal management; behavioural and physiological assessment of welfare; physiology of behaviour; animal ethics; animal cognition. Specialism in animal communication, advanced animal training, animal production systems or counselling and animal behaviour management.
About this institute
Welcome to Bishop Burton - The Outstanding BTEC College of the Year 2017 Bishop Burton is one of the UK's leading land-based colleges and has a national reputation for quality. We’re the only college in the UK to hold Centre...
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