Zoology training

From: Phillip J. Clapham (pclapham@whsun1.wh.whoi.edu)
Date: Mon Sep 11 2000 - 06:33:40 EDT

>How many years of study does it take to become an animal scientist?
It depends on how far you want to go and what you want to do. If you want
to run your own research projects (or teach in a university), then a PhD is
pretty much essential. Depending on where you study, this means 3-4 years
of undergraduate work, 2-3 years of a Masters, and perhaps 4 more for a
PhD. In some countries (the UK), it's common to go from a bachelors degree
into a 4-year PhD program, without the Masters in between.
Phil Clapham

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