Horse Sense Success Series
your horse knowledge quickly and easily while earning a Horse Sense
Success Series certificate from Scottsdale Community
College, Continuing Education. And do it all at home, at your convenience,
studying for your personal satisfaction, or to establish your credentials
as a professional horse person, youll study with celebrity
instructors who have proven records of success in the fields
they teach, says Zhara Dean, director of continuing education
at SCC. Until the internet, Dean explains it was
virtually impossible to bring experts from around the nation to
a single college and give one-on-one help to every student. Now
we can do it!
anywhere can earn a Horse Sense Success Series noncredit
certificate from SCC by completing six required courses and two
of any eight elective courses. Samples of the courses, course descriptions,
instructor biographies and quizzes can be seen at www.horsecoursesonline.com.
This equine studies program is unlike anything ever offered, Dean
selected core courses which establish a foundation for building
a horse business, and weve selected elective courses to enhance
a horse owners ability to provide superior health care,
Dean says. And weve made the program affordable.
on and study at home at your convenience. Start anytime. Take one
course at a time or take several. Work at your own pace. No special
equipment or additional books to buy. There is no completion deadline,
but when you finish, your accomplishment is rewarded with the unique
Horse Sense Success Series noncredit certificate.
All required coursesTraining Performance Horses, Conformation
and Selection for Performance, Nutrition for Performance Horses,
Behavior Modification Techniques, Health and Disease Management,
Bits and Shoeingare online; so now the world can enjoy the
prestige of earning a college noncredit certificate. Courses range
in tuition from $75 per course to $200.
Elective online courses to choose from include: The Business of
Making Money With Horses, Equine Sports Massage, Coat Color Genetics,
Preparation for Competition, Legal Aspects of Horse Management,
and three on-campus coursesLets Talk Horses, Emergency
First Aid, and Making Moneyan overview.
To register for any of the courses, call Scottsdale Community College
at (480) 423-6305, and specify the course or courses in which you
wish to enroll. Students will get a form with the first online course
to be used to record progress toward the Horse Sense Success Series
noncredit certificate, Dean said.
The certificate series will begin Jan 1, 2004, Dean explained. However,
all students who have completed any previous on-campus or online
courses will be awarded credit toward the Success series
With the development of the Horse Sense Success Series,
Scottsdale Continuing Education now has the largest and most diversified
online equine education program in the nation.
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