Degree Levels Offered for Dog Trainer

Sample Free Open
Dog Trainer Courses


Media Course Start Date Professor School
006 full-course 6 Animal Behavior N/A N/A Raoul Mulder, Mark Elgar University of Melbourne
Study the remarkable behaviors of wild animals in this course.
037 full-course 37 Animal Behavior 2005-09-01 Fall 2005 Gerald Schneider Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Study animal behavior and its evolution by utilizing ethology, sociobiology, and other scientific disciplines.
028 full-course 28 Animal Behavior & Communication N/A N/A James Nieh University of California, San Diego (UCSD)
Starting with a broad overview of general animal behavior, this course delves deeply into various olfactory, visual and acoustic forms of animal communication.
003 audio 3 Animal Science and Forages 2010-06-01 Summer 2010 Michael D. Henshaw Alabama Cooperative Extension System
This agricultural podcast from the Alabama Cooperative Extension System discusses problems with feeding fescue to horses, as well as horse accidents.
019 full-course 19 Cognitive Neuroscience N/A N/A Terry Jernigan University of California, San Diego (UCSD)
The relationship between mental and biological functions is the primary focus of this course, with an emphasis on brain interaction, emotion and memory.
025 audio 25 Cognitive Neuroscience 2011-09-01 Fall 2011 Richard Ivry University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley)
The neurological basis of cognition is covered in this course, which features study of normal cognitive processes, neurophysiological research in animals, and study of brain-injured patients.
025 full-course 25 Cognitive Neuroscience 2006-03-01 Spring 2006 Suzanne Corkin Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Students are introduced to vision, memory, and more in this MIT course that focuses on cognitive and neural processes.
022 full-course 22 Human-Animal Relationships 2006-09-01 Fall 2006 Paul Waldau Tufts University
How do humans and animals interact? Find out in this course on relationships, ethics, and values between humans and animals.
014 full-course 14 Law and Veterinary Medicine 2006-09-01 Fall 2006 Paul Waldau Tufts University
Study Law and Veterinary Medicine to learn about the basic concepts of law and ethics as they relate to veterinary medicine.
033 audio 33 The Ecology and Evolution of Animal Behavior 2012-03-01 Spring 2012 Roy Caldwell University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley)
This course discusses the principles of evolution biology related to animal behavior.

Accredited Online Dog Trainer Degrees

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshmen Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate
Columbia International University Yes N/A 90% 71%
Everest College-Springfield Yes 100% 100% 33%
University of Cincinnati-Main Campus Yes 68% 83% 50%
Antioch University-Midwest Yes N/A N/A N/A
McNeese State University Yes 69% 94% 37%
Ball State University Yes 61% 86% 56%
Cochise College No N/A 83% 22%
Northwest Nazarene University Yes 67% 99% 52%
Canisius College Yes 74% 99% 68%
Cincinnati State Technical and Community College Yes 100% 74% 15%
Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Wilkes-Barre Yes 88% 87% 49%
Texas A & M University-College Station Yes 67% 78% 80%
Mid-America Christian University Yes N/A 96% 23%
Long Island University-Riverhead Campus Yes 100% 97% N/A
Globe University Minnesota School of Business-Shakopee Yes 100% 100% 50%
Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Worthington Scranton Yes 82% 92% 46%
Nicholls State University Yes 84% 94% 38%
University of Phoenix-Oklahoma City Campus Yes N/A 98% 13%
Oklahoma Panhandle State University Yes 61% 88% 20%
Herzing University-Minneapolis Yes 82% 100% 73%

Dog Trainer at a Glance

Number of Degrees Conferred in Dog Trainer

    • 341 Bachelor's Degrees in
      Dog Trainer
      • 24% Male
        Students
      • 76% Female
        Students
    • 120 Master's Degrees in
      Dog Trainer
      • 28% Male
        Students
      • 72% Female
        Students
    • 26 Doctoral Degrees in
      Dog Trainer
      • 31% Male
        Students
      • 69% Female
        Students

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