Ecology and Wildlife Conservation in Class Central’s Best Online Courses of 2019
A course designed by leading academics from the Faculty of Biological Sciences is one of the top 30 courses listed in Class Central’s Best Online Courses of 2019.
Class Central’s Best Online Courses of 2019 uses over 20,000 learner reviews to rank the world’s online courses. Millions of people use Class Central to search for MOOCs, making it the number one review site for online learners.
Last year, more than 2,400 online courses were delivered by prestigious institutions all over the world. The University of Leeds stood out with four courses in the line-up – more than any other institution!
Ecology and Wildlife Conservation is one of the top 30 courses listed. The course was designed by leading academics from the Faculty of Biological Sciences and explores how the work of conservation biologists and study of ecosystems can help with conserving the world’s biodiversity.
This engaging online course is part of the Going to University collection on FutureLearn, and is aimed at high school students with an interest in studying conservation biology, zoology or biology at university level.
Using case studies, learners who enroll on Ecology and Wildlife Conservation are given the opportunity to explore the reasons behind the bee decline across the world, and examine fish species in tropical seas to see at first-hand how climate change damages coral reefs.
With more online courses offered in 2019 than ever before, it is a fantastic achievement for Faculty of Biological Sciences to offer one of the top 30 courses of the year.
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