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BA Equine business management

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Qualification Bachelor's Degree
Study mode Full-time, Part-time
Duration Data not available
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Entry Requirements

  • Entry to year 1, HNC, is BHS Stage II or equivalent, such as Pony Club B Test or NC Equestrian Skills and Business Studies 
  • Applicants with other academic and work experience are welcome, entry will be assessed on the basis of your accumulated previous experience 
  • Entry to year 2, HND, is the HNC Equine Studies 
  • Entry to year 3, BA, is the HND Equine Studies


First Year

HNC Equine Studies

Mandatory units are:

  • Equine studies: equine anatomy and physiology 
  • Equine studies: graded unit 1 
  • Equine studies: equine fitness
  • Equine studies: equine health 
  • Equine studies: equine nutrition 
  • Equine studies: equine selection 
  • Equine facility management 
  • Preparation of horses for competitions 

Option units include:

  • Customer care 
  • Work experience 
  • Equine studies: equine youngstock 
  • Equine studies: equitation for the leisure industry 
  • Equine studies: equitation instructional techniques 
  • Equine studies: the brood mare 
  • Equine studies: the stallion 
  • Driving the single turnout* 

*Note: this option is intended to be delivered on a 3 yearly rotation to Riding for the Disabled Driving Groups

Second Year

HND Equine Studies

Mandatory units are:

  • Equine studies: graded unit 2 
  • Equine studies: equine grassland management
  • Managing an event 
  • Marketing: an introduction 

Option units may include:

  • Equine studies: planning equine facilities 
  • Equine studies: progressive training programmes for the young horse 
  • Equine studies: riding techniques on the flat
Third Year

Subjects may include:

  • Research Skills 
  • Research Project OR Work Placement IV: Specialist Skills (limited places) 

Options may include:

  • Essential Skills for Business and Leisure 
  • Sports Science: A Critical Analysis 
  • Critical Thinking in Management 
  • Entrepreneurship and Social Enterprise 
  • Marketing Communications 
  • Understanding Visitor Behaviour 
  • Introduction to Work-based and Placement Learning 
  • Work Placement III: Supervision 
  • Financial Management 
  • Strategic Human Resource Management 
  • Niche Tourism 
  • Management Information Systems 
  • Project Planning and Management 
  • International and Export Marketing 
  • Quality Management 
  • Employment Law in the HRM Context

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