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    So Im in my 3rd out of 4 years of zoology. I was wanting to go on to do a master's degree in biology/ genetic eingeering/ chemical engineering. But I was wondering is zoology considered a Biology type course? SO if i didnt do a masters degree could I possibly get a biology related job in anything even if it isn't to do with zoology? And what about chemistry? Is zoology considered too much "Biology" and not much related to chemistry so would i be able to do a chemistry job/ masters?
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    (Original post by Student_222)
    So Im in my 3rd out of 4 years of zoology. I was wanting to go on to do a master's degree in biology/ genetic eingeering/ chemical engineering. But I was wondering is zoology considered a Biology type course? SO if i didnt do a masters degree could I possibly get a biology related job in anything even if it isn't to do with zoology? And what about chemistry? Is zoology considered too much "Biology" and not much related to chemistry so would i be able to do a chemistry job/ masters?
    For a chem masters you may have to check if you meet the entry requirements but for something biology related you should be fine. Getting a job in the field with just a bachelors is quite difficult.
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    For a chem masters you may have to check if you meet the entry requirements but for something biology related you should be fine. Getting a job in the field with just a bachelors is quite difficult.
    what about with a master's degree? or would i have to do a PhD?
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    (Original post by Student_222)
    what about with a master's degree? or would i have to do a PhD?
    You may get away with just a masters but generally a Phd is needed but that depends on what you want to do really.
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