Animal Management HNC
About this course
Working in the animal industry is an increasingly popular career choice. This one year course is designed for students wanting to work within the animal sector. It develops knowledge and understanding of the industry and individual animals as well as developing the research skills that are invaluable for working within a zoo or research environment.
With strong links with Dudley Zoo, Brockswood Animal Sanctuary, The Owl and Falconry Centre and The Animal Man group, students are encouraged to participate in a wide variety of work and animal experiences to enhance their learning throughout the programme.
• Business Environment
• Animal Husbandry Management
• Animal Health and Welfare
• Research Project
• Animal Nutrition
• Anatomy and Physiology
• Principles of Ecology
• Exotics and the pet trade
What are the entry requirements?
You will need to have UCAS points over 80 through one of the following routes: BTEC L3 Extended Diploma in Animal Management (MMP or above) A levels, to include Biology or Access to HE Science. Plus GCSE Maths and English at Grade C or above
This course is assessed through a series of written assignments with some practical work and presentations.
Successful completion of this course would enable progression to an HND Animal Management programme or second year of a degree programme.
Where Can I Learn More?
For more information on gaining this qualification at Dudley College of Technology please contact the learner services team at email@example.com or phone 01384 363 363.
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All fees quoted are normally per year, are the “standard” prices only and may be subject to change without notice. This applies to those who have been resident in the UK/EU/EEA for at least 3 years prior to the start of the course, for a purpose other than full-time education.
Exceptions to the ”standard” prices may apply - see below for details and how to find out more:
- Students under 16 years of age - contact the 14-16 Centre Manager on 01384 363 208.
- Students aged 16-18 are not usually required to pay course fees on full or part-time courses. Contact the admissions team on 01384 363 333 for further details.
- Non-standard UK/EU/EEA residents and international students - contact the international office on 01384 363 356 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that you may be asked to complete an initial assessment for any course that Dudley College offers.
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