MS Zoology

Superior University’s MS Zoology program explores the effects of climate change on animal life, the consequent ecological impact, and the survival of endangered species. The curriculum constitutes specialist modules helping students explore all areas of animal life from cell biology to entire ecosystems. The faculty focuses on imparting theoretical knowledge and the biological processes behind animal development, growth, and function.

Semester 1

CourseCredit Hours
Advanced Biological Techniques3
Advanced Mammalogy3
Classification of Insects and Pest Management3
Advanced Physiology
3
Total12

Semester 2

CourseCredit Hours
Applied Biostatistics3
Fish Breeding and Hatchery Management
3
Medical Virology
3
Wildlife Conservation and Management
3
Total12

Semester 3

CourseCredit Hours
Seminar2
Research and Thesis5
Total7

Semester 4

CourseCredit Hours
Research and Thesis5
Total5

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