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1 HARPER ADAMS UNIVERSITY Programme Specification 1 Awarding Institution: Harper Adams University 2 Teaching Institution: Askham Bryan College 3 Course Accredited by: 4 Final Award and Level: BSc/ BSc (Hons) (top-up) 5 Interim Award(s) and Level(s): BSc 6 Award Title: Equine Management 7 UCAS Code: D425 8 QAA Benchmark Statement(s): QAA FHEQ Honours Degree Qualification Descriptor (2008) Agriculture, horticulture, forestry, food and consumer sciences (2009) Biosciences (2007) General business and management (2007) 9 Language of Study: English Equine Management Validation Event 12 th 10 Date Approved or Revised: January 2011 (September 2011 August 2017) Updated PAC August 2012 CONTEXT AND RATIONALE Askham Bryan College has an established equine centre with a strong relationship with the British Horse Society. It is a registered training and examination centre for horse care and riding and already runs a range of professional training for those who take part in equine sports. The equine centre has expanded in recent years and now includes three indoor yards. In October 2010 the College with run its first affiliated British Eventing horse trial. The investment into this high profile event will provide a great sport management opportunity for the college s learners to take part in such an event. This Honours Degree top up programme has been designed to allow students to progress from Foundation Degree/ HND routes. Students will integrate applied equine research with the theory of managing and operating facilities within the equine industry. The course prepares students for management level careers in the equine and associated leisure industries. The UK equine industry is substantial, with horse owners, carers and riders in Britain spending more than 4 billion per year (British Equestrian Trade Association, 2006). Leisure riding is the main equestrian activity, showing an increase of five percent in just over five years and with 7% of the population having ridden within the last year (British Horse Society, 2010). All Higher Education qualifications provide students with excellent academic and transferable skills. This qualification may also lead to employment in a wide variety of roles within the industry or to further postgraduate level study. Page 1 of 13

2 GENERIC AIMS All Honours Degree awards aim to provide the following: 1. To develop in each student subject knowledge and understanding appropriate to individual interests and developing vocational needs 2. To develop each student s intellectual powers, their understanding and judgement, their ability to see relationships within what they have learned and to examine the field of study within a broader perspective 3. To develop the personal effectiveness and employability of students, in particular their ability to learn, to communicate, to work with others and to solve problems. To develop those skills of professional scholarship required for career management, lifelong learning and innovation 4. To inculcate an awareness of the wider consequences of economic activity and a determination to minimise the effects on the environment and on people 5. To provide a lively, stimulating and challenging educational experience. AWARD-SPECIFIC AIMS The BSc (Hons) Equine Management award aims to provide the following: 1. The knowledge, understanding and ability to manage populations of horses in a variety of work related situations; 2. An appreciation of resources, finance, marketing and legal requirements to manage equine establishments and enterprise; 3. An awareness of technological, veterinary and scientific developments within the field of equine management; 4. A knowledge of experimental, statistical and computing techniques to generate a realistic and imaginative research project using a range of knowledge from a chosen area; 5. An awareness of the social, ethical and environmental issues concerned with equine management; Page 2 of 13

3 GENERIC OUTCOMES (a) communicate clearly and concisely using an appropriate format; (b) collect, select and critically evaluate information from a range of sources; (c) manipulate and interpret complex sets of data, assess their reliability and present them in an appropriate format; (d) learn independently and display the skills of professional scholarship required for personal development, career management and lifelong learning; (e) use information technology effectively; (f) select and apply knowledge and principles to the solution of well defined problems; (g) demonstrate familiarity with, and understanding of, the important facts and principles in a broad field of study and an awareness of the provisional nature of knowledge and theory; (h) assess the ethical dimensions and wider consequences of human activities, to optimise economic, community and environmental sustainability; (i) define criteria and use them to plan, allocate and the evaluate the work of self, individuals and teams; (j) organise and administer the human and physical resources required to develop and maintain a sustainable enterprise or organisation, after further experience; (k) display the transferable skills and ability to acquire new competencies required for career progression, including the acquisition of applied workplace skills; (l) demonstrate the ability to establish effective working relationships with others, defining, sharing and delegating responsibility within a group. (m) marshal evidence, by reference where appropriate to primary sources and knowledge at the forefront of the discipline, and apply it in a balanced way in an argument; (n) select and apply appropriate scientific, economic or business principles and techniques to the diagnosis, analysis and solution of complex and unpredictable problems; On successful completion of an Honours Degree students will, in addition to the outcomes demonstrated by Ordinary Degree holders (a o) above, be able to: (o) formulate hypotheses or research questions, plan and execute research or development work, evaluate the outcomes and draw valid conclusions. Page 3 of 13

4 AWARD-SPECIFIC OUTCOMES On successful completion of the BSc (Hons) Equine Management award, students will be able to: (p) Demonstrate a detailed understanding of management concepts, knowledge and practical techniques which are required in a range of employment situations related to equine management; (q) Apply generic and subject specific knowledge and understanding to the study and application of equine management techniques in a range of situations; (r) Appreciate and employ the main methods of enquiry relating to how technological, veterinary and scientific developments within the field of equine management influence past, present and future management techniques; (s) Identify, analyse and solve a range of problems relating to the management of equine establishments and enterprises; (t) Work within and be capable of adjusting to professional and disciplinary boundaries that exist within various positions of employment in the equine industry; (u) Apply skills and knowledge acquired from the programme to recommend improvements and developments in a range of equine management situations. RELATIONSHIP WITH EXTERNAL REFERENCE POINT(S) The aims and outcomes of this Honours Degree programme reflect the level descriptors for Honours Degree Awards (2008), part of the QAA Framework for Higher Education Qualifications (FHEQ). The award is reflected in the benchmark statements for Agriculture, horticulture, forestry, food and consumer sciences (2009). The statement for General business and management (2007) is also reflected, specifically in relation to finance, management and development of people, business policy, finance, strategy and communication. In addition, the themes of sustainability and globalisation are embedded. As a sector skills council, LANTRA has released broad aims intended to ensure the equine industry meets its own skills and development needs. A key aim set by LANTRA is to improve the learning supply within the industry. Higher education provision is identified as an important area in improving the learning supply within the equine industry. The British Equestrian Federation has recognised the importance of disseminating academic research out to its member organisations and the broader industry. This is reflected by the launch of BEFRED, British Equestrian Federation Research and Education Database. The aim of the database is to make the research carried out in colleges and universities more accessible to both other students and organisations throughout the industry. The longer term aim of the BEF is to move the equine industry forward based on sound research. Higher education is key in providing the academic research for the industry to develop. Page 4 of 13

5 PROGRESSION, TRANSFER, ADVANCED STANDING AND INTERIM AWARDS Progression Transfer For a BSc Degree candidate to progress to Honours Degree they must have a minimum of 90 credits after re-assessment at Level 6. Unless otherwise indicated in the programme specification students can transfer all common module credits between programmes. Students may transfer from BSc to BSc (Hons) at the examination board prior to an award of BSc being made and continue to study a further 30 credits at level 6 (Dissertation) to achieve full honours, subject to a minimum of 55% being achieved at level 6 during the BSc award. This will be subject to approval of the examination board and will require the support of their Course Manager. Entry with Advanced Standing Interim Awards Entry with Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL)/ Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) will be accepted in accordance with the Askham Bryan College procedure and Harper Adams University regulations. No more than ⅔ credit for the award may be derived from APL. Within this limit, no more than half of the total credit value of the award may be derived from APEL. Holders of Foundation Degree awards will typically already have 120 credits at Level 4 plus 120 credits at Level 5. Holders of a matching HND/Foundation Degree with a Merit Profile (mean mark of 55% or greater) may be admitted to an honours degree programme. Those who achieve a Pass profile (less than 55%) may be admitted to a BSc degree programme. The requirements for interim awards associated with final awards are as follows: The requirements for interim awards associated with final awards are: BSc The outcomes required for this award are: a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k,l,m,n and o. Students will have obtained a minimum of 90 credits at level 6 and 30 work related learning credits at Level 5. This will normally include a pass in the following 15 credit modules: Research Methods Applied Sustainable Practices Business Leadership and Development Recent Advances in the Equine Industry Applied Equine Physiology and Nutrition Applied Equine Behaviour and Psychology Students will have obtained a minimum 30 credits at level 5 associated with work related learning plus 90 credits at level 6 and achieved a pass in all modules. Page 5 of 13

6 COURSE STRUCTURE, LEVELS & CREDIT REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERIM & FINAL AWARDS Askham Bryan College s undergraduate programmes are based on a credit-accumulation system where 1 credit represents 10 notional hours of student study time. Modules are normally 15 credits or multiples thereof. Modules are at different levels from Level 3-6 according to their intellectual challenge. The minimum credit requirements needed to progress to interim and final awards (final awards asterisked) are listed below. The final column indicates the maximum general credit contribution that an Askham Bryan College interim award may make to a higher level award. The advanced entry programmes for holders of Foundation Degrees and HNDs to Honours Degrees is also, therefore, based on an additional minimum credit requirement of 150 credits (typically 30 level 5 credits and 120 level 6 credits). Students who have already studied and achieved a Foundation Degree in a related subject area, which included work experience modules, may be eligible to apply for APL for some or all of the 30 Level 5 credits. The remainder of the programme would typically be studied over 1 academic year. Successful candidates qualify for conferment at the end of the year. Award Min total credits Range of Levels Max lowest level credit Min highest level credit Max general credits to advance BSc Degree* 300 3, 4, 5, 6 (FE3, C, I, H) 30 at Level 3 (FE3) and 105 at Level 4 (C) 60 at Level 6 (H) Total at Level 6 (H) Honours Degree * 360 3, 4, 5, 6 (FE3, C, I, H) 30 at Level 3 (FE3) and 105 at Level 4 (C) 90 at Level 6 (H) n/a In addition to meeting the minimum credit requirements as specified in the table above, students must also achieve the learning outcomes associated with each award title. Page 6 of 13

7 Course Structure: BSc (Hons) Equine Management (top-up) programme UCAS Code: D ENTRY COHORT FdSc Award - Top up Programme Part One Part Two Part Three Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 All at Level 4 unless indicated All at Level 5 unless indicated All at Level 6 unless indicated CORE CORE CORE CORE Academic Skills Personal Research Project ABR ABR Dissertation Vocational Placement 1 Academic Development ABR ABR ABR Introduction to Business Vocational Placement 2 Vocational Placement 2 (Level 5) ABB ABR ABR Anatomy and Physiology Business Management Applied Equine Management Techniques (Level 5) ABA ABB ABE Practical Equine Management Animal Nutrition Research Methods ABE ABA ABR Equine Behaviour and Psychology Applied Equine Management Techniques Applied Sustainable Practices ABE ABE ABG FdSc Equine Sports Management Route FdSc Equine Sports Management Route Business Leadership and Development ABB Riding the Sports Horse Training the Sports Horse Recent Advances in the Equine Industry ABE ABE ABE Equine Coaching and Performance Applied Equine Coaching Techniques Applied Equine Behaviour and Psychology ABE ABE ABE FdSc Equine Leisure & Event FdSc Equine Leisure & Event Applied Equine Nutrition and Physiology Management Route Management Route ABE Equine Leisure and Tourism Event Management and Marketing ABE ABE Event Planning and Operation Applied Equine Event Management ABE ABE For BSc Honours advanced entry programmes, students will typically study 150 credits. The Honours Research Project is typically studied over one to two academic years, with an individually negotiated submission date. Key: The number in the left-hand corner denotes the module identifier. The number in the right-hand corner denotes the credit value. Validation Date: 12 th January 2011 Date of Approval following Response to Validation Report: May 2011 Period of Approval: September 2011 August credits to advance to BSc Honours Page 7 of 13

8 Course Structure: BSc Equine Management (top-up) programme 210 credits to advance to BSc Honours UCAS Code: D ENTRY COHORT FdSc Award Top up Programme Part One Part Two Part Three Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 All at Level 4 unless indicated All at Level 5 unless indicated All at Level 6 unless indicated CORE CORE CORE Academic Skills Personal Research Project Applied Sustainable Practices ABR ABR Vocational Placement 1 Academic Development Applied Equine Management Techniques (Level 5) ABR ABR ABE Introduction to Business Vocational Placement 2 Vocational Placement 2 (Level 5) ABB ABR ABR Anatomy and Physiology Business Management Research Methods ABA ABB ABR Practical Equine Management Animal Nutrition Recent Advances in the Equine Industry ABE ABA ABE Equine Behaviour and Psychology Applied Equine Management Techniques Business Leadership and Development ABE ABE ABB FdSc Equine Sports Management Route FdSc Equine Sports Management Route Applied Equine Behaviour and Psychology ABE Riding the Sports Horse Training the Sports Horse Applied Equine Nutrition and Physiology ABE ABE ABE Equine Coaching and Performance Applied Equine Coaching Techniques ABE ABE FdSc Equine Leisure & Event FdSc Equine Leisure & Event Management Route Management Route Equine Leisure and Tourism Event Management and Marketing ABE ABE Event Planning and Operation Applied Equine Event Management ABE ABE For BSc advanced entry programmes, students will study at least 90 credits** The module named Applied Sustainable Practices is an extended piece of student work (5,500 words) which will be carried out with tutor support in the form of workshops and guidance on a 1:1 basis. Assessment mirrors the module BSc Degree Review Project. Validation Date: 12 th January 2011 Date of Approval following Response to Validation Report: May 2011 Period of Approval: September 2011 August 2017 Page 8 of 13

9 Course Structure for full and part time study options Dissertation Research Methods Applied Sustainable Practices Applied Equine Nutrition & Physiology Business Leadership and Development Recent Advances in Equine Industry Applied Equine Behaviour and Psychology Applied Equine Management Techniques Voc Placement 2 Honours Degree Full time 12 months APL APL Honours Degree Part-time 24 months YR2 YR1 YR1 YR1 YR1 YR2 YR2 APL APL BSc Degree Full time 12 months APL APL BSc Degree Part time 24 months YR1 YR1 YR1 YR2 YR2 YR2 APL APL Entry to full time BSc without Vocational Placement 2 and Applied Equine Management Techniques APL (18 months) Entry to Part time BSc without Vocational Placement 2 and Applied Equine Management Techniques APL (30 months) June Dec YR2 June- Dec YR 3 YR1 YR1 YR1 YR2 YR2 YR2 Infill into FDg YR 2 Infill into FDg YR 2 Infill into FDg YR 2 Infill into FDg YR 2 Conversion from BSc Degree to Honours Degree 6 months June Dec either YR 2 or YR 3 NB: Course will normally be delivered over two days. Part time students will attend for one day. Page 9 of 13

10 COURSE DESIGN, LEARNING, TEACHING AND ASSESSMENT METHODS Curriculum design Because of the vocational nature of the courses offered, the Askham Bryan College curriculum is broadly based on the sequence Practice Principles Application. The early stages of each course involve study of current principles which not only provide the tools for critical analysis of existing practices but also ensure that students have an appropriate background for the Dissertation or the Applied Sustainable Practices Project if on a BSc Degree project. The project is considered to be a key element of the Askham Bryan College curriculum as the principles learned in the early stages of the course and the experience acquired in the project period are applied to the solution of real and complex problems in the final stages in a workplace situation. The curriculum has been designed to be relevant and stimulating to meet the needs of both students and employers in the industry. Technical Advisory groups, student focus groups and course team reports have been consulted in review and revision of the existing curriculum. Efficiency of delivery is a key HEFCE funding priority for the future and increased shared delivery of cross-programme modules is planned on this programme. Learning & teaching methods Teaching and learning methods used to deliver this curriculum are designed to provide experience, and, through reflection upon it, develop concepts which can then be explored through testing and experimentation. Methods vary according to the nature of each module s subject matter but include a wide diversity from more formal lectures to student centred activities including assignments, seminars, field trips, guest lectures and case studies. Students will be supported with their study via the college s VLE, Moodle, which will prepare them for the autonomy expected of HE students and for Continuing Professional Development studies, post-graduation. Transferable skills The programme has been developed to enable students to plan and execute research and development work. It encourages independent learning, professional and personal development, and the ability to present skills, exams and behaviour appropriate to a management career. The programme includes activities to develop core skills of communication, numeracy, IT and personal development planning as well as modules designed to develop teamwork (Business Leadership and Development) and independent learning, problem solving and research (Dissertation, Research Methods and Applied Sustainable Practices). Practical work experience during directed study time is also recommended so that students can apply information and skills to real life situations. Page 10 of 13

11 Assessment Assessment is considered an important part of the learning process. Typically, modules are assessed by two pieces of assessment, although this may vary. The first will provide formative in-course feedback and the second provides a summative end-of module assessment; each contributing 50% to the weighted mean module work. The exact details are specified in each module descriptor. Unless otherwise specified in module descriptors the overall mark is derived from a weighted mean, with no threshold requirement in any assessment component. Formative assessment methods are diverse and include literature review-based essays, problem based assignments, oral presentations and business written reports, individual and team scenario exercises, experimental work and placement assignments. Time constrained assessment includes closed and open book assessment, with both seen and unseen questions and tasks set. A range of subject specific assessment methodologies will be included to develop practical and technical skills. These will include professional discussion, peer observation, case studies and practical observation. ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS For admission onto the Honours Degree programme, students must have achieved a minimum of a merit grade (55%) on their Foundation Degree or Higher National Diploma award. For admission onto the BSc programme, students will have successfully completed their Foundation Degree or Higher National Diploma award. In addition, places are dependant on a reference from the student s Foundation Degree/ HND Course Manager reflecting their suitability for Level 6 study and a successful interview for the course. Equivalent qualifications may be considered. Applications will be welcomed via one of the formalised pathways outlined in signed progression accords with other institutions. Page 11 of 13

12 Curriculum Map for BSc/BSc (Hons) Equine Management This map provides a design aid to help identify where the generic and award specific outcomes are being developed and assessed within the course, by specified modules. It also provides a check list for quality assurance purposes and could be used in validation, accreditation and external examining processes by making the learning outcomes transparent. In this way, it also helps students monitor their own learning, personal and professional development as the course progresses. The map shows only the main broadly defined measurable learning outcomes. O Award Outcomes L 5 C/O a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u Vocational Placement 2 C x x x x x x x x x x Business Management C x x x x x x x x x x x x Modules LEVEL 6 Dissertation C x x x x x x x x x x x Research Methods C x x x x x x x x x Applied Sustainable Practices C x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x Business Leadership & Development C x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x Recent Advances in the Equine Industry C x x x x x x x x x x x x x x Applied Equine Behaviour and C x x x x x x x x x x Psychology Applied Equine Nutrition & Physiology C x x x x x x x x x x x x The module named Applied Sustainable Practices is an extended piece of student work (5,500 words) which will be carried out with tutor support in the form of workshops and guidance on a 1:1 basis. Assessment mirrors the module BSc Degree Review Project. Page 12 of 13

13 Generic Award Outcomes: (a) communicate clearly and concisely using an appropriate format; (m) marshal evidence, by reference where appropriate to primary sources and knowledge at the forefront of the discipline, and apply it in a balanced way in an argument; (b) collect, select and critically evaluate information from a range of sources; (n) select and apply appropriate scientific, economic or business principles and techniques to the diagnosis, analysis and solution of complex and unpredictable problems; (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (l) manipulate and interpret complex sets of data, assess their reliability and present them in an appropriate format; learn independently and display the skills of professional scholarship required for personal development, career management and lifelong learning; use information technology effectively; select and apply knowledge and principles to the solution of well defined problems; demonstrate familiarity with, and understanding of, the important facts and principles in a broad field of study and an awareness of the provisional nature of knowledge and theory; assess the ethical dimensions and wider consequences of human activities, to optimise economic, community and environmental sustainability; define criteria and use them to plan, allocate and the evaluate the work of self, individuals and teams; organise and administer the human and physical resources required to develop and maintain a sustainable enterprise or organisation, after further experience; display the transferable skills and ability to acquire new competencies required for career progression, including the acquisition of applied workplace skills; demonstrate the ability to establish effective working relationships with others, defining, sharing and delegating responsibility within a group. (o) Award Specific Outcomes: (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) On successful completion of an Honours Degree students will, in addition to the outcomes demonstrated by BSc Degree holders (a o) above, be able to: formulate hypotheses or research questions, plan and execute research or development work, evaluate the outcomes and draw valid conclusions. Demonstrate a detailed understanding of management concepts, knowledge and practical techniques which are required in a range of employment situations related to equine management; Apply generic and subject specific knowledge and understanding to the study and application of equine management techniques in a range of situations; Appreciate and employ the main methods of enquiry relating to how technological, veterinary and scientific developments within the field of equine management influence past, present and future management techniques; Identify, analyse and solve a range of problems relating to the management of equine establishments and enterprises Work within and be capable of adjusting to professional and disciplinary boundaries that exist within various positions of employment in the equine industry; Apply skills and knowledge acquired from the programme to recommend improvements and developments in a range of equine management situations. Page 13 of 13

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