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So I'm considering studying a biological related course at university and for about a year now I've been fixed with the idea that Biology is what I want to study, but now looking at other areas in biology i.e. zoology that are interesting to me, I'm beginning to question this. Are the career prospects better after completing a biology or zoology degree? Are the zoology modules in biology degrees detailed and interesting, or are they very broad? How much chemistry is involved in both degrees? (I'm dropping AS Chemistry and carrying on with Biology, Psychology and ICT for AS and A2).
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Your best bet is to have a look at course structures. They'll give you a good idea of what's included in which degrees and modules. Career prospects are similar for both degrees.
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