A bachelor's degree is an undergraduate degree that is offered by universities and colleges when students complete a program of study. Most bachelor courses last three or four years with some lasting up to seven years.
Animal science involves the study of animals under human control. Typically, the curriculum has a strong focus on science, along with hands-on experience working with animals. This field of study prepares students for careers working with animals, which may include agribusiness, animal breeding and animal behavior.
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Preparation of licensed professionals with training in Animal Science, particularly in the fields of biotechnology, animal production, food safety, wildlife resource management and applied research capacity; [+]
The study programme is directed towards students who are interested in a study in the livestock sector, in particular in the field of animal health and welfare. [+]
Aeres University of Applied Sciences offers students an English-language degree programme in the livestock sector for a successful career in one of the following professional profiles:Researcher/epidemiologist Policy advisor/lobbyist Sales manager/account manager External relations officer Consultant animal health/welfare
The study programme is directed towards students who are interested in a study in the livestock sector, in particular in the field of animal health and welfare. Livestock are the focus of attention during this course, and you will receive extensive practical training. Consumers are demanding honest and sustainably produced food of high quality. Entrepreneurs have to meet increasingly higher demands in the field of animal welfare and food safety.... [-]
The English-taught bachelor’s degree in International Equine Business Management is a business administration degree in which the horse plays a central part. Business administration subjects make up 70% of the International Equine Business Management course. While horse-related subjects make up the remaining 30%. [+]
Next start of the programme: the academic year 2018- 2019 The English-taught bachelor’s degree in International Equine Business Management is a business administration degree in which the horse plays a central part. Business administration subjects make up 70% of the International Equine Business Management course. While horse-related subjects make up the remaining 30%.
The focus on equine management makes it easier for students to absorb the information on the business administration subjects such as marketing and economics.Writing business plans
One of the things that the students will learn during the study programme is how to write policy memos. The student must choose a current topic within the sector such as doping in equestrian sports or identification & registration, for example, and create a policy for it. Students will also learn how to compile business plans. Their business plans can be for an equestrian business but it need not be. ... [-]
The Animal Husbandry programme doesn't just teach you just about everything there is to know about animals; it also concerns everything around them. The programme will teach you about biology and economy, entrepreneurship, marketing, financial management, advice and education, innovation, research, management, animal behavior, livestock breeding and international trading. [+]
For dynamic all-rounders
The animal sector is highly dynamic on a worldwide scale. In the Netherlands alone, more than 400,000 people ride horses and over 70,000 companies are involved with them, resulting in a business turnover of 1.3 billion Euros. Another important sector of the Dutch animal industry is the livestock sector, which counts over 1.5 million dairy cows, 12 million pigs and 95 million chickens. Both the livestock and equine sector deliver excellent quality products and services. None of this would be possible if the fullest attention were not paid to the care, health and welfare of animals.
Together with business management, marketing and innovation, these lie at the heart of this degree programme. These competences are becoming ever more important, considering that the livestock industry is currently undergoing intensification of farming on the one hand, and diversification of activities on the other. More and more farms are not only trying to increase production in a sustainable manner, but they are also adding extra activities to their core tasks as producers. A dairy farmer might for instance start up a campsite, offer recreational facilities or organise educational excursions. As an entrepreneur, service provider or consultant, you will be involved in all such changes, which means you will need expertise in several domains: breeding, trade, horsemanship, animal behaviour, sport and last but not least, sustainability and welfare. You will acquire an excellent understanding of animal and business management, of the various business types involved in the equine and... [-]
The course aims at providing knowledge, skills and competencies to develop qualified human resources, specialized in animal care, husbandry and welfare, able to operate in international different contexts. [+]
The course targets Italian and foreign students interested in the field of animal care, in national and international contexts, offering a unique educational pathway in the Mediterranean area of Europe.
The specific learning objectives meet the requirements of professionals who can be then employed in companies, private and public organizations in which the management, health, welfare and the preservation of animals are conducted in accordance to a modern and international approach.
The main purpose of the international undergraduate degree course in Animal Care is the achievement of knowledge, skills and competencies in order to develop qualified human resources, specialized in animal care and welfare, in different sectors but mainly in relation to an individual view of the animal.... [-]