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New Degree Level Programmes

New Degree Level Programmes

INT2818 - MW New Validated Degrees in page banner - July 2017-giraffe

Find out about some of the new subjects that Merrist Wood College now offer at degree level!

We have just had these Foundation Degrees validated by Kingston University, which will form a strong progression route for current students on Level 3 and Access programmes:

Investigate the physiology, behaviour and welfare of a range of species underpinned by contemporary issues in animal science, supported by the study of the wide range of species in the College's Animal Management Centre and in relevant commercial settings through talks and demonstrations from guest speakers and trips. Underpinning theory is delivered in the classroom. Industrial experience, assessed through the professional development module over two years, will be undertaken in a related field and will give you invaluable experience in your specialism with 200 hours to be undertaken each year at a relevant employer ideally with domestic species. 
Investigate the behaviour and training of companion animal species, supported by the study of the wide range of species in the College's Animal Management Centre and in relevant commercial settings through talks and demonstrations from guest speakers and trips. Underpinning theory is delivered in the classroom. Industrial experience, assessed through the professional development module over two years, will be undertaken in a related field and will give you invaluable experience in your specialism with 200 hours to be undertaken each year at a relevant employer ideally with domestic species. 
Investigate the importance of conservation and current issues faced within this field supported by the study of a wide range of species in the College's Animal Management Centre and in relevant commercial settings through visits to local animal collections. Underpinning theory is delivered in the classroom. Industrial experience, assessed through the professional development module over two years, will be undertaken in a related field and will give you invaluable experience in your specialism with 200 hours to be undertaken each year at an animal collection or other relevant location. 
Investigate the behaviour and welfare of exotic and zoological species, supported by the study of a wide range of species in the College's Animal Management Centre and in relevant commercial settings through visits to local animal collections. Underpinning theory is delivered in the classroom. Industrial experience, assessed through the professional development module over two years, will be undertaken in a related field and will give you invaluable experience in your specialism with 200 hours to be undertaken each year at an animal collection or other relevant location. 

 

 

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