The Master’s degree in Zoology consists
of three programmes i.e. Aquatic Health, Biodiversity and Conservation and
Zoology. The Master’s examination in Zoology normally consists of a dissertation
on an approved research topic, based on experimental work approved by the
Head of the Department and the Faculty of Science, a manuscript ready for
publication and two seminar presentations.
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