Companion Animal Biology
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Great subject if you're interested in animals but don't want to take the super intense vet subjects. Learned a lot about caring for animals, great for pet owners. Ian is a fantastic coordinator and the guest lecturers are passionate and interesting to listen to. There are two major assessments worth 50% each but Ian does a great job of guiding you through them and helping you do your best, he is a somewhat harsh marker, but still fair. Some of the content is common sense so be prepared to just sit and listen, the lecturers make the content more interesting though as they have experience to draw on. Awesome subject for breadth, or if want a more relaxed, fun science subject.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020
Simply an amazing subject if you're an animal lover. Lectures are GREAT, they sometimes bring in their pets. yes, there's actual live dogs in the lectures. Very chill subject, probably the easiest one I've done.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018
Awesome subject. Very relaxed and Ian was a great lecturer. The lecturers bring in their pets! Its great. The topics range from keeping reptiles to animals in film. Some of the lectures can go offtopic. A great subject for a breadth or chill subject. Definitely recommend it.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019
Highly suggest doing this subject. All of the lecturers were amazing and so helpful if you had any questions for them. The assignments were easy and straightforward, nothing complicated. The lectures themselves were really interesting and it was the one lecture I hated missing during the week because I genuinely adored the class.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
Ian is the best. Love this subject- great content too!
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
Ian is a great person and fun lecturer/coordinator!! It might be a little tricky on assessment if you don't know what he wants, but the assessment part is really straightforward and there are fun excursions/exercises too! (to the equine center + hands on training dogs)
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
Great subject with a good variety of lectures and pretty good lecturers. Very well organised. Involves a large assessment task worth 50%.