Animal and plant life is shaped by central processes of evolution, heredity, and development. In the School of Animal, Plant and Environmental Sciences, we focus largely on whole organisms. But we also cover topics ranging from basic animal or plant biology, including physiology, to animal and plant interactions with the biotic and abiotic characteristics of their environments.
The syllabus provides broad competence for careers involving the biology of animals and plants in relation to their environment, including human or veterinary medicine.
This Organismal Biology offered at University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburgmajor aligns well with Physiology or Anatomy offered through the Faculty of Health Sciences and is an excellent first degree for continuing in the medical profession.
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