The BSc (Hons) Natural History and Media degree combines the study of photography, film-making and digital production with the philosophy of natural history and research in the natural world.
Field work experience is a key component of this course and you can develop your field skills in the UK and overseas.
When you study Natural History and Media, you will cover subjects that range from biodiversity, evolutionary genetics, zoology, wildlife tracking, ecology, and core values relating to natural history.
You’ll gain practical, scientific skills that are vital to ecology and conservation, with specialist skills in photography, film-making and digital production.
Your experiences will take you from the laboratory to out in the field and into the digital production suite. You’ll study different organisms, their environment and conservation, and document species using digital production skills.
Recent graduates of our Natural History degree have gone on to work for environmental consultancies; Natural Resources Wales; Environment Agency and Government agencies and NGOs and in eco-tourism. We would expect graduates to progress into careers in the wildlife photography and natural history film-making sectors.