Ecology?

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Ecology?

Post by orbit » Tue Apr 24, 2007 10:46 am

Hi all, as previously stated I am studying environmental science at uni and enojoying it for the most part :). I originally wanted to study zoology at a different uni but didn't get in, so I applied for env sci instead. Just a question, given that my interest is really in zoology (and to some extend botany) would a degree in ecology be closer to that. I guess ecology is part of biology, and that biology is part of env sci. So I will do some ecology in my unit, should I do more do you think given my interests? Or would it be more sensible to complete my env sci and then do some study or work specifically in ecology after? Or even, finish my env sci and then study zoology?
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Post by kotoreru » Tue Apr 24, 2007 12:27 pm

It sounds to me like you haven't yet made up your mind. Keep your options broad until you know exactly what you want to do.

But yes, ecology would probably give you more zoology 'stuff' than Envr. Sciences.
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mm..interesting

Post by domino » Sat Apr 28, 2007 12:26 pm

very interesting post

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