Equine Science & Management
Equine Science and Management involves the study and application of science and business concepts to the horse industry. Equine Science and Management majors select either the equine science option, for students who have a primary interest in horse production; or the equine management option, for students interested in the business aspect of the horse industry.
In the Equine Sciences and Management program, you will experience a curriculum that emphasizes basic science and business concepts and that application to equine production and management. In addition, you can explore unique internship opportunities that help prepare for careers in equine industry - as well as become an active participant. All students are required to take 25 credits in the major which provides a strong background in equine science, management, and business. You may then select courses in one of four emphasis areas:
- Equine Science
- Community Leadership and Development
Students in equine science and management considering a career in veterinary medicine or graduate research can meet those goals in the degree program as well. Interested students need to consult with an advisor to ensure all specific academic requirements are met.
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This is an interdisciplinary degree that draws from faculty expertise in Animal Sciences, Agricultural Economics, Plant and Soil Sciences, Community and Leadership Development, Hospitality Management, and other areas. Our faculty teach courses in the area of their expertise and incorporate the results of their research into their coursework. In this way students are exposed to the most recent information in a specific subject.