Zoology

When I graduated with a degree in zoology everyone would ask if I was going to work in zoos! Within 2 years I was working with London Zoo and I have worked with zoos ever since. I now work with a network of zoos in SE USA including Disney's Animal Kingdom, Jacksonville Zoo and Palm Beach Zoo. Dr Linda Penfold

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Overview

Our programme puts all aspects of animal life under the microscope, from sub-cellular level to ecosystems, combining traditional Zoology and contemporary Biology in an exciting and rewarding course for 21st-century scientists. You can complete your final-year project as a member of one of our research groups or at Hull’s award-winning submarium, The Deep. Placements in industry or in schools provide you with career insights. Optional subsidised dive training and field trips in the UK provide a wider perspective of the animal kingdom.

Specialisation is a major feature of our programme, allowing you to choose a zoological area tailored to your career goals such as conservation biology, animal behaviour, evolutionary genetics





or physiology. Your learning experience is underpinned by research active academics, hands-on experience of modern lab and field research techniques, excellent facilities and a supportive setting. Zoology teaching at Hull has earned an outstanding reputation; our staff received a 100% rating for being 'good at explaining things' in the National Student Survey 2014.

Study

In your first year, you will study key concepts and learn key skills through modules including Biodiversity • Ecology • Evolution • Cell Biology • Genetics and Skills for Biological Sciences.

The second year includes the core modules Professional and Research Skills for Biologists • Evolutionary Ecology • Physiology of Animals as well as a choice of modules for your specialisation such as Conservation Biology, Evolutionary Biology, Behavioural Ecology, or Biology of the Cell.

Your final year includes a research project which you can complete as a member of one of the faculty's research groups or at Hull's award winning submarium, The Deep. You will also study from a range of advanced modules which include Sensory Physiology • Fisheries and Conservation • The Biological Impacts of Man.

Source: www2.hull.ac.uk

Category: Degree

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