Bachelor of Science (Wildlife and Conservation Biology) Program By La Trobe University |Top Universities
The Bachelor of Science (Wildlife and Conservation Biology) covers a range of disciplines including zoology, genetics, and botany, and focus on issues like extinction, environmental degradation, climate change. Students will take subjects in environmental law, remote sensing and GIS, and have the opportunity to study global environmental politics and international climate change economics and policy. Students can attend monthly seminars hosted by conservation experts and undertake research projects such as studying the behaviour of bat species and mosquitofish, and exploring and preserving the natural habitats of species like the long-nosed potoroo, brolga, black wallaby and sugar glider.