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Equine Studies Symposium
Breyer State University
Associate of Arts in Equine Business
A Comprehensive Review of the Student's Knowledge
This course is a thesis course offered as part of the Associate of Arts in Equine Business.
The essay portion of the course will be designed for each individual student based on goals and interests shown in the required prerequisite courses. Upon official enrollment into this Symposium Course, the student will be provided with full instructions. There is also a comprehensive quiz.
The main purpose of this course is to allow the student to use the knowledge acquired during his or her equine studies. It offers the student an opportunity to research and develop specific ideas regarding working within the equine industry. This course also helps the student shape and plan for the future.
You must complete all regular courses within the program before beginning the symposium course.
The completion deadline is one year from date of submitting payment for the equine symposium. The student is advised to take his or her time and review all material before submitting.
The grading scale for the Symposium is as follows:
90-100% = A
80-89% = B
70-79% = C
Below 70% Fail
The symposium requires a quiz, written assignments or essays. Essays or written assignments should be submitted as an attachment to an email using Word or a similar word processing software. The symposium can also be printed, bound and mailed to: Horse Courses Online, 838 Georg Oaks, Bulverde, TX 78163
Please be sure to include full name and email address on all documents - not just in the email message.
Proper grammar and spelling will be graded.
Do not use text messaging shorthand or acronyms - this is college level work.
Access to a horse is required.
Videos are required. The recommended method of submitting the videos is load to YouTube and send the link. You will be informed of the email address after enrolling in the course.
All assignments and quizzes must be completed.
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