Bachelor of Science (Zoology)/Bachelor of Natural Science (Animal Science) Western Sydney University - WSU

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Bachelor Degree
4.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

This combined degree recognises the increasing demand for scientific knowledge about how to conserve and protect wildlife, as well as develop deeper understanding of the interactions between people and animals.

Career opportunities exist in a range of areas including zoological research, environmental management and consulting, wildlife biology, government quarantine, agriculture, museums, and universities, as well as, international opportunities.

On-campus animal facilities include those for reptiles, small marsupials, small rodents, horses, sheep and cattle, as well as over 1,000 hectares of native, rural and aquatic habitats.


Marine Biology
Conservation Biology
Environmental Consulting


Animal care and husbandry, nutrition, reproductive technology, genetics, behaviour, and physiology
Zoological research
Natural resource management
Museums and...

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February 2018
Year completed 2022

Science courses have a seriously heavy task amount of long written reports but if you're interested in them they can be really fun, you learn so much about the way the world around you works and how everything we do in our lives contributes to the impacts on the environment and housing and genetics , etc of future generations...

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