This course provides training for students in the skills associated with postgraduate learning in the field of equine behaviour and welfare. It allows students the opportunity to extend their knowledge in this important area through the use of theoretical and applied practical work and training of horses.
The course includes theoretical and practical based modules. Students will study the underpinning principles of equine and animal welfare science. Students will be required to practically handle and manage equines and apply behaviour theories to practical training situations. Students can commence this course in September or February.
A 2:2 degree classification or higher in an equine, animal or science-related undergraduate degree programme. International applicants must demonstrate an equivalent entry qualification and have an IELTS score of at least 6.5.
Recipient: Moulton College
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