This degree includes topics such as animal nutrition and growth, and livestock reproduction.
This degree provides an in-depth study of how animals behave and function, and could lead to a vocational career in the animal sector.
As well as giving a sound background in biology, this programme focuses on how plant species interact, both physiologically and ecologically, with each other, as well as with animal species and their environment.
Our three-year Biology BSc Honours degree is the widest-ranging of our BSc degrees, dealing with all forms of life, at all scales, from cells and molecules to whole organisms and ecosystems.
Our four-year Biology MBiol Honours degree is very similar in content to our Biology BSc degree but includes a year of Master's-level study, which offers significant research experience.
This degree focuses on biomolecules, organelles and cells, and how they all contribute to the function of organisms as a whole.
Our four-year Cellular and Molecular Biology MBiol Honours degree is very similar in content to our BSc but includes a year of Master's-level study, which offers significant research experience.
This three-year BSc Honours degree covers plants, animals and micro-organisms, but with a strong focus on whole organisms and their roles in the environment.
Our four-year Ecology and Environmental Biology MBiol Honours degree is very similar in content to our BSc but includes a year of Master's-level study, which offers significant research experience.
Our Marine Biology BSc Honours degree provides you with a holistic understanding of human interaction with the marine environment.
This degree explores the physical and chemical environments in which marine organisms live.
This degree explores animals in the marine environment, from single organisms right up to mammals such as blue whales.
This BPS-accredited degree allows you to combine the study of animal, plant and human biology with the study of human and animal behaviour.
Zoology is the scientific study of all forms of animal life, including how they behave, reproduce, evolve, and interact with other species and their environment.Back to top