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    09-26-2012, 05:09 PM
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Hi!! I'm thinking of doing an Equine Sciences certificate through the University of Guelph (Ontario) and I was curious about others' experiences with the program or another similar one. I want to do it mostly just for interests' sake, but would definitely consider a career in the Equine industry if one came up. I'm currently in my third year of an undergraduate degree and would be taking the Equine Sciences courses online.

So if you've taken some sort of Equine-related post-secondary course:
Did you enjoy it?
Did you find it useful, and if so for what? (ie: job, day-to-day horse life)
Would you recommend it?

Thanks so much horsie people!!

career, education, industry

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