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BSc (Hons) Equine Science (1 year top-up) Introduction The equestrian industry is worth ?4.2bn, excluding racing, and as one of the largest rural sectors, there are many opportunities for its development and expansion. This course encompasses traditional equine science modules such as reproduction, nutrition and parasitology alongside crucial areas of study for the modern competition horse. You will take part in both practical and academic sessions including visits and seminars, ensuring you gain a wide range of skills and knowledge. You will then be in a superb position to take advantage of the many career opportunities offered within the industry. Course Structure The course will encompass traditional equine science modules, alongside complementary therapy and research skills development and implementation. Modules include: Equine fitness and training Advances in equine nutrition Equine injury and rehabilitation Advances in equine reproduction Welfare and ethics Advances in equine complementary therapy Equine parasitology Research methods Honours research project Length of course 3 years full-time or 1 year 'top-up' option from a Foundation Degree Individual modules can be studied for Continuing Professional Development Application Apply through UCAS Course code: to be confirmed Institution code: HAUC H12 Campus code: R Further study Post Graduate study Career options Consultancy Equine rehabilitation Nutritionalist Research and development

BSc (Hons) Equine Science (1 year top-up) Introduction The equestrian industry is worth ?4.2bn, excluding racing, and as one of the largest rural sectors, there are many opportunities for its development and expansion. This course encompasses traditional equine science modules such as reproduction, nutrition and parasitology alongside crucial areas of study for the modern competition horse. You...

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