Course Description

MSC IN CONSERVATION BEHAVIOUR



This one-year MSc degree focuses on how animal behaviour can be applied to wildlife conservation. This is an exciting new area of study, known as Conservation Behaviour, and is suitable for those interested in careers in animal behaviour and/or conservation. You will study the behaviour of a wide range of species from marine, freshwater and terrestrial habitats, and you will learn how an understanding of animal behaviour can contribute to the conservation and management of those species.

CollegeGalway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT)
Course LocationGalway
Course CategoryScience & Technology
Course QualificationMasters Degree
Course Start Date1st January 1970
Course Duration1 Year
Entry RequirementsThe minimum requirement is a 2.2 in a cognate Honours Degree, e.g. Animal Behaviour, Conservation Biology, Zoology, Ecology, Environmental Science, etc.
Carear PathGraduates will be well prepared for careers in wildlife conservation and management, or may continue to PhD research. Potential roles could include Ecological Consultancies, Non-Governmental Organisations and Charities and Research Institutes.
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