2020 College-level Course in Equine Behavior
Learn more about Equine Behavior and how it relates to human-horse interactions and equine health through a online course with short, weekly assignments. Now available internationally!
A one-semester, college-level course in Equine Behavior through Yavapai College is open to the public. Each week features readings, teaching videos, a quiz and a discussion forum. The course is focused on understanding the behavior and cognition (mental capacities and learning) of horses within the context of how to best care for, handle and train horses using the most recent scientific information.
If you are certified in equine-assisted work or as a riding instructor, this course can be used for CEUs in most cases.
Approved as CE for Certified Veterinary Technicians in AZ.
Registration is now open!
Dates: January 13 - May 8, 2020 (Spring Semester) - 16 weeks.
Online (no in-person meetings)
Course name: AGE125 Equine Behavior
3 credits (credit course)
Cost: $522. Payment is done online and payment plans are available regardless of circumstance.
Instructor: Nina Ekholm Fry
It is easy to enroll and take courses at Yavapai College, a community college in Arizona, everyone is accepted. Enrollment and registration are done online (enrollment takes approximately 10 minutes).
The Yavapai College Answer Center walks you through each step of the process over the phone: 928-776-2149 (Monday-Friday, 9-5).
Non-U.S. residents, please contact Marianne Doyle in the Registrar's Office directly at: email@example.com
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