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The Canine Studies program runs a limited number of times annually. Each core classroom program will run either twice a week for three hours each day or one day a week for six hours for 10-12 weeks.  The optional hands-on practical component is available to all students eligible for registration (until full) and runs concurrently with the core classroom program. This program is academically rigorous, fast-paced and emotionally challenging.  Enrollees are encouraged not only attend scheduled classes, but also spend time outside of class studying, exploring topics introduced in class, practicing handling and training techniques, and otherwise committing him or herself to the experience.  Course space is limited.

requirements

 LOCATION 
SESSION
DATES

LECTURE

DAYS/TIMES

(optional)

HANDS-ON

DAYS/TIMES

EXAM

DATE/TIME

EARLY

REGISTRATION

DEADLINE

STATUS








SEATTLE
 SPRING 2018
 April 2 - June 19

 Monday &  Tuesday

5:30pm - 9:00pm

 Thursday 6:30pm

OR Sunday 12:00pm

June 25 @ 5:30pm

GRADUATION:

July 9, 6:00pm

March 1, 2018
APPLY
SEATTLE
FALL 2017

September 11 -

December 11

Monday &

Tuesday

5:30pm - 9pm

Thursday 6:30pm

OR Sun 12:00pm

OR Sun 2:15pm

December 4 @ 5:30pm

GRADUATION:

December 18, 6:00PM

July 14, 2017
IN SESSION


1. Participants must have at least 1 year of college level education in any discipline.


2. Participants must complete an admission application HERE.

3. Participants are required to make full payment before the program begins in order to secure a spot.

4. Participants are required to read all suggested materials before the beginning of class session. A list will be provided upon receipt of paid tuition.


Class space is limited. If the minimum number of students is not met 60 days prior to the beginning of the session it may be pulled from the schedule. If a session fills a second session may be added or a wait list may be available.

Those participating in the hands-on optional component of the program are solely responsible for bringing a dog to each hands-on class. Aggressive or highly disruptive behavior will not be permitted.

An exam is administered at the end of the program to measure proficiency and ability after the session is complete. A certificate of completion will be issued at the end of the program if all requirements are met.  Please note that because of the rigor and unique material covered in the Canine Studies program, not every application will be accepted.

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