Graduates with a firm desire to study in-depth about the animal kingdom will find pursuing a Masters degree in Zoology of tremendous value for their careers. Zoology is a vast science that explores areas of naming, classification, evolution, and fossil study. Students often find mastering in it as a sole subject useful, as it helps in identifying further career opportunities.
Opting for masters in zoology is meaningful as on completion it shows that the student has extra knowledge about a particular subject or even zoology in general. Job opportunities for those having masters include biological laboratory technician, conservationist, environmental consultant, wildlife educator, wild life rehabilator, zookeeper, and zoologist.
Completing a master’s program in Zoology is recommended if you want to pursue a career in the broad domain of Zoology. However, it’s vital that you complete it from a recognized university or college as only then such a degree will instill in you a firm foundational study for this subject. Sandip University is one such institute where you can learn in an ‘ideal’ environment for zoology.
Equipped with a unique two year curriculum and merit faculty, you are taken through the program in a step by step manner such that in the end you have an enriched knowledge about the subject. So, if you animals are your first love come join Sandip University.
|Eligibility||Graduation from respective stream or equivalent course or in from any recognized University with minimum 50% marks for general (open) category and 45% marks for students of SC and ST category.|
1st Year Fee : Rs 45000 per annum
Hostel Fee Rs. 65000 per annum + 5000 security deposit.
Please note fees for (examination, eligibility, sports etc.) will be charged extra,
|Ist Semester||IInd Semester|
|• Invertebrates and Vertebrates||• General Genetics|
|• Ecology and Evolution||• Development Biology|
|• Cell Biology and Biochemistry||• Animal Physiology|
|• Biostatistics||• Basic Entomology|
|• Laboratory — I||• Laboratory — III|
|• Laboratory - II||• Laboratory - IV|