Advanced Equine Functional Anatomy
Next offering of this course is Summer 2013
Functional Anatomy is a prerequisite.
Semester: Summer 2012
Start Date: May 07, 2012
End Date: July 29, 2012
Certificate of Achievement
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There are no set times you must be online.
It is recommended you visit the course site a minimum of 3 times a week.
Dr. Jeff Thomason
Dr. Jeff Thomason will lead you through advanced issues in equine anatomy. You will be exploring current research and evidence based practice in an active dialogue with your instructor and other students in the class. You will have an opportunity to focus on areas which interest you.
Dr. Jeff Thomason is a current faculty member at the University of Guelph and teaches anatomy to Ontario Veterinary College students. He is leading researcher on the equine hoof.
This course is designed for the self-motivated and engaged student.
Students will be required to conduct research and read journal articles, synthesizing the information and writing a research paper. This course will be suited to students who enjoy researching and actively discussing issues.
ObjectivesYou will reach a high standard of information literacy, knowing how to find, analyze and combine information from a range of reliable academic sources.
You will investigate topics of equine anatomy at a high level of detail and comprehension through interaction with guest speakers and completing a research paper.
- You will be able to communicate with academic specialists, effectively.
- You will be able to communicate effectively with your veterinarian on aspects of horse health related to anatomy
- Participation in the online discussion forums.
- Researching a topic of personal interest
- Engaging with guest speakers and completing a critigue
- Reflective Journal
- Research Paper
Completion of Grade 12 or equivalent,
or at least 18 years of age.
Students will have also completed Equine Functional Anatomy
This course will use the resources of the University of Guelph library and students should be comfortable using the library online.
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These course details are based on information provided to date by the associated academic department or the course instructor. Course specific information remains subject to change until the actual date of course commencement. In the event of a discrepancy between the course information provided here and on the course website, the course website will be taken as official.