Turn your passion for horses into a career managing their performance and welfare across the growing global equine industry.
- This three-year program is dedicated to the study of equine welfare, behaviour, nutrition, reproduction, health, rehabilitation, exercise, and physiology.
- Learn the scientific and practical aspects of the horse industry and related social and community issues, including general animal science and specialised equine courses.
- Study in specialised facilities in the Equine Units at the Gatton Campus, which includes performance testing facilities, a reproduction laboratory, teasing lanes, and equestrian training arenas.
- Graduate with the knowledge and skills to improve equine management, performance, and welfare across industries including racehorses, work horses, and recreational and performance horses.
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Units Of Study:
- Applied Biology I
- Applied Biology II
- Applied Mathematics and Statistics
- Agricultural Biochemistry
- Pasture Science
- Fundamentals of Equine Science
- Equine Behaviour & Performance
- Equine Breeding and Stud Management
- Animal Anatomy & Physiology 1
- Animal Anatomy & Physiology 2
- Animal Health and Epidemiology
- Equine Nutrition & Health
- Equine Exercise and Rehabilitation
- Animal Breeding & Genetics
- Emerging Issues in Animal Bioscience
- Food & Fibre in the E-Landscape
- Elements of Ecology
- Food for a Healthy Planet
- Agricultural Microbiology & Gene Technology
- Industry Placement
- Molecular and quantitative genetics
- Short International Experience
- Precision Agriculture
- Special Topic II
- Animal Behaviour, Handling and Wellbeing
- Livestock Industries
- Animal Environmental Physiology
- Monogastric Production Systems
- Animal Nutrition
- Ruminant Production Systems
- Animal Reproduction
- Sustainable Animal Systems
- Working with Groups and Teams
- Weed Science
Eligibility Criteria :
OP 12 / Rank 76 (2017 requirements)