New MSc programme at Anglia Ruskin University

Post date: 
22 Mar 2013 - 10:00
Type: 
Other News

MSc Animal Behaviour: Applications for Conservation

MSc Applied Wildlife Conservation

Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge introduces two new MSc courses.  The first has an emphasis on innovative approaches to the study of animals in the interest of their conservation. There is the opportunity to develop field and laboratory based practical skills (including DNA based technologies).  The course is either full time or part-time, with the potential to join the end of September or in January. 

For more information see:

http://www.anglia.ac.uk/ruskin/en/home/prospectus/pg/animal_behaviour.html

The MSc in Applied Wildlife Conservation is a flexible full time or part-time course offering an exploration of current issues important for wildlife conservation in both terrestrial and marine ecosystems, in the UK and worldwide. The emphasis is in the development of practical skills (e.g. GIS) and confidence in the use of universally available resources and open-access software. 

For more information see:

http://www.anglia.ac.uk/ruskin/en/home/prospectus/pg/applied_wildlife_conservation.html

For further information please contact

Dr Nancy Harrison

Nancy.harrison@anglia.ac.uk

0845 196 2524