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UCAS CODE D003
This degree programme will follow a broad animal science format in the first two years to provide a grounding in animal biology and animal management before specialising in the behaviour and welfare of managed animals in years 3 and 4. Elective options in the degree will allow specialism in areas such as genetics, nutrition, health or equine science. The course will provide a grounding in animal welfare theory and practice, the application of animal behaviour techniques and the ethics of animal ... READ MORE

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Start date and duration

Start date
SEP-21
Full Time
4 Years

Entry requirements
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A level
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SRUC Scotland's Rural College

King'S Building West Main Road Edinburgh
Edinburgh, City Of
EH9 3JG United Kingdom Nearest train station: Edinburgh Haymarket  1.4 miles away

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