BSc (Hons) Canine Behaviour Management (Top Up)
Duration: Two years part-time
What You Study
- Veterinary and Holistic Behaviour Modification
- Counselling and Psychology
- Animal Cognition
- Advanced Learning Theory
- Dissertation (cont.)
- Applicants should have a relevant Level 5 qualification.
- Applicants need an appropriate academic reference.
- Life and / or experience of non-traditional students will be taken into account when considering applications. The successful completion of an entry task may be required when considering applications without the required formal entry qualifications.
- If your first language is not English, or a Tier 4 student visa to study is required and GCSE grade C / 4 English or equivalent is not held, English language proficiency level such as International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 6.0 overall (with a minimum 5.5 in each skill) will need evidencing.
Lectures are delivered in three-hour sessions per week in the evenings, 6-9pm GMT. On occasions, this may be split over two evenings.
In addition to the three hours in class, you will have additional tasks / activities set each week which need to be completed at a time to suit you during that week.
In total, contact time will be approximately four hours a week to include lectures, seminars, asynchronous sessions, support sessions.
Students are also expected to carry out private study in addition to contact time (as a guide, each 20 credit module requires 200 hours of study time inclusive of lecture time).
There are compulsory block sessions which are conducted at University Centre Bishop Burton in East Yorkshire, UK.
Learning and Teaching Approach
This programme is delivered with a variety of learning and teaching approaches to include all students learning styles and preferences.
For all modules, theory lectures are delivered that aim to deliver the core content and provide the underpinning knowledge. Using the webinar software, staff are able to monitor engagement to ensure participations. To complement all theory lectures, students have asynchronous seminars that are used to reinforce concepts delivered theoretically.
Online webinars focus on facilitating a student centred approach to enhance the independent learning that takes place outside of the webinar lecture sessions.
How You're Assessed
Assessment includes written assignments, presentations and project work. There are no formal examinations.
Opportunities for feedback on assessments are available prior to the final submission to support student development and achievement.
Staff aim to return assessed work within a 15 working day timeframe (not including holidays) in order that students can most benefit from the feedback.
Graduates may choose to progress to the MSc Applied Animal Behaviour and Training or MSc Animal Behaviour and Welfare, which are available through blended learning at University Centre Bishop Burton.
Graduates can pursue careers such as: Dog trainer, behaviour consultant, assistance dog trainer, detection dog trainer, service dog trainer, Customs and Excise handler, training dogs for commercial work, rescue and rehabilitation work.
How To Apply
Application is through our online application form.
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