Why do people behave the way they do? Simply look around you and examine people’s different behaviours: their actions, attitudes, and even facial expressions. This is sociobiology in action, explaining why humans do the things they do from an evolutionary perspective. UK Public College developed this course to help participants build on the knowledge they gained in a sociobiology course. This level 6 certificate course will touch some topics in previous courses and will offer deeper insights into the actions, attitudes, and even facial expression of humans. If you want to develop your knowledge of sociobiology so that you can embark on a rewarding career or maybe you are already working in a related field and want to improve your career prospects, then this is the course for you.
This certificate course is designed to teach participants how to interpret and analyse human behaviour within the terms and considerations of evolution and evolutionary progress. It will explore how genetics or genes play a main role within their evolutionary programming and is centred on a gene called the Selfish Gene. Participants will learn the hereditary traits that enhances an individual. They will also learn how to replicate and keeping those genes that are specific to the process of advancements and discarding those which could be considered weaker or less advantageous in the long run for future generations and their survival.
Students will be awarded the Certificate in Sociobiology Level 6. The Certificate is Internationally recognised and will open unlimited opportunities to the learners
The course is accredited by The CPD Qualifications Group.
All our qualifications are assessed on the basis of written course works.
Students will be provided all the learning text materials to assist them in completing the course.
At the end of this Certificate course, you will be awarded a level 6 certificate in Sociobiology, and will also be
Use natural selection to investigate social behaviour such as mating patterns, territorial fights, and pack hunting
Preserve one’s genes in the population and certain genes or gene combinations are thought to influence behavioural traits from generation to generation.
Model the evolution of human behaviours in much the same way, using various behaviours as the relevant traits.
Conduct mentored research on social biological problems in humans that leads to peer-reviewed publications
Develop solutions that will help patients recover from behavioural disorders.
Who is this course for?
The Level 6 Certificate in Sociobiology is open individuals who already have experience in the related field.
This course is open to College-going individuals and Graduates interested in building a career in Sociobiology in the future
The course can be completed in a very short time, it totally depends on the life style of the learners. Also, there is no pressure on students to complete the course on fast mode, the course is valid for 12 months, so students can complete the course with complete peace of mind and with no pressure at all.
Learners should be 16 or over to undertake the qualification.
Good understanding of English language is required to attend this course.
Successful candidates will be awarded the Certificate in Sociobiology Level 6
This training leads you to become a Sociobiologist, Microbiologist, Human behaviour expert, Dynamic Ecologist, Molecular Ecologist, and so on. Also, skills in Sociobiology are of great value for progression in higher studies.
This is a self-study course, students have 100% freedom to complete the course, there is no time restriction on this course.
There is a number of options you can pay your fees. We accept bank transfer, Paypal payment, Sterling Cheques, Sterling Bank drafts, Master Card and Debit Card payments.
Once a student is registered we will allocate a UK-Based tutor to guide the student throughout his/her studies. The tutor will be available via email and via Virtual Learning Environment. The tutor will guide and support the students till the given assignments are complete and submitted