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About this major

About this major

Please note: This major is only available to students enrolled in Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Advanced Studies (Taronga Wildlife Conservation).

Wildlife Conservation combines biology and conservation management with additional prescribed units of study in statistics and animal sciences. It will provide students with extensive training in wildlife conservation by incorporating the study of biodiversity and evolution, animal science, and animal behaviour and management.

Graduate attributes

Graduates of this major will have attained skills in using biological language to discuss, explain and apply ecological and evolutionary processes and their role in wildlife conservation. They will be able to use statistical tools and concepts to analyse and interpret ecological and evolutionary data.

They will also be able to analyse conservation issues using ecological and evolutionary principles from individual species to global populations and communities.

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