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Guinevere Arthur
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Biological science is a course that interest me as it has an in-depth view on a particular module. It has cell biology, molecular biology and all those really excites me but Human bioscience discusses anatomy and also evolution, which excites me too. At the end of the day I’m hoping to become a biology teacher so I need help on which of those degree will give me a path way. I’ve heard someone say Human biology degree is too specific and it’s hard to find a job unless it’s hospitals then I hear someone say biological and chemical science is more broader and it’s best to study that for teaching. Which one do you think?
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(Original post by Guinevere Arthur)
Biological science is a course that interest me as it has an in-depth view on a particular module. It has cell biology, molecular biology and all those really excites me but Human bioscience discusses anatomy and also evolution, which excites me too. At the end of the day I’m hoping to become a biology teacher so I need help on which of those degree will give me a path way. I’ve heard someone say Human biology degree is too specific and it’s hard to find a job unless it’s hospitals then I hear someone say biological and chemical science is more broader and it’s best to study that for teaching. Which one do you think?
Have you looked at BSc/MSci Biology? It's a very broad subject and you can specialise once you pick your modules. It covers human, animal, plant and organism biology and would be best to become a biology teacher (everyone of my biology teachers has a biology degree).
Otherwise, I'd say Biological Sciences is better than Human Biology.
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Have you looked at BSc/MSci Biology? It's a very broad subject and you can specialise once you pick your modules. It covers human, animal, plant and organism biology and would be best to become a biology teacher (everyone of my biology teachers has a biology degree).
Otherwise, I'd say Biological Sciences is better than Human Biology.
Unfortunately not every university offers a biology degree especially where I’m from they are sub-divided so that most students can major something specific.
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Unfortunately not every university offers a biology degree especially where I’m from they are divided so that most students can major something specific.
Biological Sciences is most closely related to a Biology degree, so I would go with that.
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