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This subject is taught by the School of Biological Sciences.
Conservation Biology examines issues of conservation and sustainability, including biological, ecological and policy issues.
At postgraduate level Victoria offers the following Conservation Biology programmes:
- Bachelor of Science (Honours)
- Postgraduate Diploma of Science (PGDipSc) in Conservation Biology
- Postgraduate Certificate in New Zealand Conservation
- Master of Conservation Biology
- Master of Science
For more detailed information on the School of Biological Sciences and its programmes, see the School of Biological Sciences website.
More information about postgraduate study at Victoria is available at the Faculty of Graduate Research.
Contact the Science Faculty Office for information on Admission, qualifications and courses, course advice and selection criteria, exemptions and prerequisites and your Application to Study.
Relevant courses are taught within the School of Biological Sciences. The School office is located on Level 5, New Kirk Building, Kelburn campus.
For more information contact:
Dr Nicky Nelson
Phone: 04 463 5435
Phone: 04-463 5339
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|400 Level Courses|
BIOL 420 – Conservation Ecology
BIOL 424 – New Zealand Conservation Practice
CONB 489 – Research Project
|500 Level Courses|
BIOL 580 – Research Preparation
CONB 591 – Thesis
|600 Level Courses|
CONB 690 – Conservation Biology for PhD