So at York uni, they offer both a BSc Biology and a BSc Ecology course; both of which interest me. I am also looking into studying further at uni (either MSc or PhD in Zoology/Ecology), so BSc Ecology sounds good.
However, I am not 100% sure, by the end of the course, if I'll still want to do this and I'm wondering if choosing BSc Ecology would be specialising too soon. Also I thought about which one, Biology or Ecology, would be best for Zoology. I looked at the course content for both and not only do they have the same basic structure, but they also offer the exact same modules over the 3 years. The only difference being that one module in year 2 (Organisms in their Environment) is compulsory in Ecology whilst optional in Biology but I feel I'd take it anyway.
Which would be best given my situation? I am grateful for any response
(p.s. this also applies for other university's I am looking at)
BSc Biology or Ecology at York?
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