Zoology is the study of animals at all levels, from their evolutionary origins, molecular and cellular biology to their behaviour, ecology and evolution. Our course is taught by some of the leading scientists in this field, and is informed by our wide ranging research expertise. Zoologists conduct research in the laboratory and field to address wide ranging issues in conservation biology, animal welfare, farming, disease and government policy. On this course you’ll have the opportunity to play a part in understanding how animals interact with their environment, how organisms play a part in various ecosystems, and how we can try and avoid damaging the wildlife of the world. There are exciting field trip options including Marine Zoology in Pembrokeshire, Mediterranean Ecology in Spain and African Ecology in South Africa. Our integrated Masters offers you an additional year of specialist training. You’ll study Masters-level topics, carry out an extended research project and have the chance to study savannah ecology and conservation in Kenya.