Course code: #463
The Master of Conservation Biology at UOW is designed for students who seek further knowledge and skills in the biological sciences, or seek to qualify for a postgraduate research degree.
What you will study
Areas covered include conservation biology, ecological and evolutionary physiology, marine and terrestrial ecology, and fisheries and aquaculture.
Additional preparatory subjects focus on laboratory work and science communication skills. Candidates with appropriate qualifications and laboratory skills will be awarded credit for these subjects.
The Master of Conservation Biology is a unique course as it provides you with the opportunity to extend your technical knowledge and use it to determine your competency in the specific discipline before choosing one of the three possible pathways (research or technical or management).
Students who perform at a distinction average (WAM) till 48CP will be able to choose either of the above options.
With the appropriate qualifications and laboratory skills, you can be awarded credit for these preparatory subjects.
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,052|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$15,063|
If you do not already meet the English requirements for your chosen course, you can complete an English course at UOW College Australia.
UOW also recognises English language courses offered by some other colleges in Sydney.
A guide to the length of the English course you may need to study is provided below.
Please note that this table should only be considered a guide. Lower Writing scores may mean you'll need to study English for longer.
|Score at time of application||Estimated time required to reach IELTS entry score (weeks)|
* for students with 6.0 overall but 5.5 in either reading or writing
# for students with 5.5 overall but less than 5.0 in reading or writing
A recognized Bachelor of Science degree that includes introductory level subjects in the areas of general biology, ecology, genetics, evolution, physiology and statistics, or equivalent.
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