The HND in Animal Zoology and Conservation is a stimulating and challenging programme of study designed to be both engaging and memorable. The course includes the essential animal knowledge that will allow successful progression into the industry, with modules including Animal Behaviour in Society, Endangered Species Conservation, Management of Exotic Animal Species, Research Project, Anthrozoology, Evolution and Adaptions, Humanisation of Companion Animals, and Habitat Restoration and Repair.On this course you will develop the skills, understanding, and personal attributes required for a successful career within animal conservation. You will be taught through a range of teaching methods in a variety of learning environments that will include lectures, practical’s, workshops, and seminars. Throughout your study you will learn to develop high level technical skills, academic and research literacy, and your resilience, communication, self-awareness, and problem-solving ability.The qualification content is continually refreshed so that it is aligned with professional bodies, employer, and higher education needs. The programme aims to provide students with the context in which to consider professional ethics and their relation to personal, professional, and statutory responsibilities within the animal industry; developing students as professional, competent, self-reflecting individuals able to meet the demands of employers in the Animal Management sector and adapt to a constantly changing world.
This programme can be delivered either full time or part time.