BSc in Life and Environmental Sciences (Zoology and Environmental Management) Extended

Study Discipline: Environmental Science
Study Programme Details
Country: South Africa
Admission Sessions:Summer Session
Study Format: Full Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Bachelor's degree


48 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Embark on a transformative academic journey with the BSc Life and Environmental Sciences (Zoology and Environmental Management) Extended program at the University of Johannesburg. Our mission is to nurture qualified scientists capable of identifying, evaluating, and solving complex problems in life, earth, and environmental sciences. Graduates are equipped to assume initiative and responsibility in academic and professional contexts, both in South Africa and the global arena.

Explore a program that not only addresses current trends but anticipates future possibilities in the dynamic field of life and environmental sciences. Through an active voice and persuasive language, this program transcends traditional boundaries, shaping individuals who are not just students but future leaders and innovators.


Discover the extraordinary with the BSc Life and Environmental Sciences (Zoology and Environmental Management) Extended program, denoted by Programme Code B2E19Q. This full-time program at NQF Level 7 spans four enriching years, accumulating 360 NQF Credits. Hosted at the Auckland Park Kingsway campus, the program provides an immersive experience that extends beyond the classroom.Statistics, facts, and quotes from industry experts add credibility to the program, making it a compelling choice for those passionate about life and environmental sciences.

Admission Requirements

A minimum APS of 26, English 4 (50%+), Mathematics 5 (60%+), Physical Science 4 (50%+) & Life Science 4 (50%+)


  • Zoology I: Fundamentals of Animal Biology
  • Environmental Management I: Principles and Practices
  • Wildlife Ecology
  • Conservation Biology
  • Zoology II: Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Research Methods in Life and Environmental Sciences

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Future Career Outcomes

Step into a future where success is measured not just by job titles but by the impact on the environment. Real-world examples of successful alumni highlight the tangible contributions graduates have made in the field. The program is designed to align seamlessly with industry demands, ensuring graduates are not only employable but at the forefront of addressing evolving challenges in the job market.

Visa Requirements:

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