Equine-Minor

Equine Studies Minor

The minor in Equine Studies provides foundational examination of topics in stable management centered on an understanding of equines and their many roles in human lives. Students may select topics for advanced study in any of the broad range of subject areas offered within the Equine Program. This minor permits any student to develop the knowledge, skills, and experience for a specialty in equine-related aspects of their area of interest or professional preparation.

Minors require a minimum of 16 credits. Those wishing to include an Equine Studies minor in their curriculum should consult an advisor in the Equine Program.

Curriculum
Equine Studies Minor Total Credits
16 crs.   
EQU165 Equine Care and Management/ EQU165L Equine Care and Management Lab  OR EQU166 Facility Design and Operation/ EQU166L Facility Design and Operation Lab
4 crs.   
EQU251 Equine Anatomy and Physiology
3 crs.   
EQU200-400 Level Elective 
3 crs.   
EQU300-400 Level Elective 
6 crs.   

The university reserves the right to change or update the curriculum at any time. The university will notify students of any changes officially through the university website. 

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