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Charles Sturt University

Bachelor of Equine Science

CSU's Bachelor of Equine Science will teach you about equine nutrition, breeding and management.Graduates of this course can work in complementary therapies, equine nutrition ... NutritionApplied Animal Pharmacology and TherapeuticsEquine Exercise PhysiologyAnimal HealthIndustry Practicum 1Industry Practicum ...

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