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Study Online. Stay at home with your horses.

Join over 550 equine students from 20 countries who have already registered this year in one of our equine science and business courses, and become part of a learning community with a love of horses and a desire to improve the health and welfare of horses.

Not all courses are offered every semester. If you have any questions regarding your course of study, please contact our office at info@OpenEd.uoguelph.ca

Summer 2019 Semester-confirmed

The Summer Semester courses begin Monday, May 6, 2019, and end Sunday, July 28, 2019

Early Bird Registration ends Friday, April 5, 2019
Last Day to Register for the semester is Friday, May 10, 2019
Please be aware that courses may be full by the early bird registration deadline or by the first day of the course.

Management of the Equine Environment
Equine Health & Disease Prevention
Equine Functional Anatomy
Equine Behaviour
Equine Genetics
Advanced Equine Health through Nutrition
Equine Welfare

Equine Business Finance & Risk Management

Visit our Equine Studies Program page for specific course information.

Fall 2019 Semester-tentative

We are still confirming the Fall course schedule. You can expect the following courses to be offered.

Management of the Equine Environment
Equine Health & Disease Prevention
Equine Nutrition
Equine Functional Anatomy
Stewardship of the Equine Environment
Equine Business Management
Advanced Equine Behaviour
Management of the Broodmare, Stallion, and Foal

Visit our Equine Studies Program page for specific course information.

Please be advised this schedule is tentative and the final course schedule may be different than currently planned. Look for the schedule to be confirmed in June 2019.

Winter 2020 Semester – tentative

We are still confirming the Winter 2020 course schedule. You can expect the following courses to be offered.

Management of the Equine Environment
Equine Health & Disease Prevention
Equine Nutrition
Equine Functional Anatomy

Equine Behaviour
Equine Exercise Physiology

Marketing & Communication in the Equine Industry
Equine Event Management
The Equine Industry

Global Perspectives in Equine Welfare

Visit our Equine Studies Program page for specific course information.

Please be advised this schedule is tentative and the final course schedule may be different than currently planned. Look for the schedule to be confirmed in September 2019.