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Brooksby Melton College

Equine Performance Science (Top-up)

UCAS Code: D42T

Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BSc (Hons)

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1year

Full-time | 2019

This BSc (Hons) in Equine Performance Science is designed to meet the needs of students and employers looking for practical skills and knowledge in the varied equine industry. It is suited to those who want a career within any aspect of the industry, for example in nutrition, yard management, lecturing, laboratory work, sales, advertising or event management to name a few. Students will increasing their equine knowledge and practical skills, alongside the higher education academic ability expected at this level. Students will be analysing and evaluating, using scientific literature to reinforce their findings.
In addition to covering the fundamentals of equine management, this course combines knowledge from the wide range of aspects within the industry. It also offers significantly scientific modules, in order to give graduates a rounded programme of study and ensure they reach the level of academia and scientific understanding often asked for in graduate job roles.

Further information can be found at https://he.brooksbymelton.ac.uk/our-offer/our-courses/

Modules

Modules include: Developments in equine science; Equine performance partnership; Nutrition for equine performance; Research Project; Professional industry project. The modules will be assessed by a variety of methods, including essays, presentations, exams, and professional discussions.

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Course location:

Specialist Land-based Campus

Department:

Equine Performance Science

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