|Description:||The BSc (Hons) Animal Behaviour and Welfare degree employs a multidisciplinary and research-driven approach. You will be taught by academics who are considered to be at the forefront of their respective fields. The course aims to help students develop the knowledge and skills needed to understand animal behaviour and welfare, working, for example, with insects, reptiles, birds, and mammals.
There are two residential field trips in the UK, enabling students to study animals in the wild. These trips are part of two core modules. For UK-based field trips, the University will cover costs of transport, accommodation, and meals at the field site. There is also an overseas field trip available in your final year as part of the optional "Overseas Field Course" module. This will allow students to observe and study the behaviour of animals in their natural habitat.