Study the Bachelor of Environmental Science (Wildlife and Conservation Biology) at Deakin and you’ll get out of the classroom and into nature, learn how to handle native animals, measure the health of freshwater environments, survey wildlife populations and conduct sustainability assessments.
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• 9 points in Sri Lankan National A/Levels
• 6 points in UK A/Levels*
*To calculate A/L (UK) points: A*/A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1
To calculate A/L (Sri Lanka) points: A*/A=5, B=4, C=3, S=2
If the above grades are not obtained, the student is required to complete the Deakin Foundation Programme.
The course comprises a total of 8 credit points.
SLE115 Essential Skills in Bioscience
SIT191 Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis
SLE111 Cells and Genes
SLE151 Biodiversity: A Global Perspective
SLE132 Biology: Form and Function
SLE155 Chemistry for the Professional Sciences
SLE103 Ecology and the Environment
SLE114 Introduction to Parks and Wildlife
For Year 2 and Year 3 subjects, refer to www.deakin.edu.au