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BSc/BSc (Hons) Equine Science with Management

This three year BSc/BSc (Hons) Equine Science with Management degree programme has been designed to allow students to integrate applied equine research with the scientific theory of managing equines.

BSc/BSc (Hons) Animal Management and Science

On this programme, there is an emphasis on the advances in animal science, health and conservation.

BSc/BSc (Hons) Agriculture

The complexity of agricultural management is tightened by many factors including global population growth, transforming economic and political circumstances, environmental change and rapid developments in technology.

FdSc Equine Science and Management

The FdSc Equine Science and Management degree programme will help you develop knowledge about the systems and structures of the horse and how the horse’s body responds to exercise, injury and rehabilitation.

FdSc Arboriculture and Urban Forestry

The FdSc Arboriculture with Urban Forestry provides vocational-based study for management roles in the arboriculture industry.

FdSc Agriculture

The elective modules on offer will allow you to specialise in subjects related to crop production or livestock production.

BSc/BSc (Hons) Canine and Feline Behaviour and Welfare (Top-Up)

The BSc (Hons) Canine and Feline Behaviour and Welfare has been designed to equip students with the knowledge and skill to enter jobs associated with the canine and feline sector.

MSc Zoo Management and Conservation

This is an advanced course for students who want to develop an in-depth knowledge and understanding of Zoo Management and Conservation following degree-level study in a related subject.

BSc/BSc (Hons) Equine Science and Management (Top-Up)

On this programme there is an emphasis on science, business and marketing.

BSc/BSc (Hons) Animal Management (Top-Up)

Students will study a wide range of animals to develop appreciation of their anatomical structure and physiological process as well as the interrelationship between the animal and their environment.

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