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Post Launches Unique Remote Study Path to Successful Careers in Equine Care

WATERBURY, Conn. – (October 29, 2018) – Post University has created the first-ever online Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies program for students across the country and around the world who have a passion for horses.

When working with horses, it is essential to know what you are doing. Using an evidence-based approach to learning, Post’s online Equine Studies program encompasses the study of equine science, industry, including safe barn practices horse management skills,
nutrition, business ethics, and more.

“We have the first bachelor’s degree in Equine Studies ever offered online,” says Post Equine Program Director Abigail Nemec. “Now students who don’t have an equine program nearby, or who need to continue working while pursuing an equine degree, can enroll in a program that matches their passion with a career opportunity. It’s another example of how Post University is a leader when it comes to online education.”

Post’s® B.S. in Equine Studies curriculum is designed to provide students with sound footing in the equine industry. The degree program includes concentrations in Business Management or Interdisciplinary Equine Studies that can provide a solid foundation for careers in the field. With Post’s online platform, those working in the industry can maintain their current obligations while broadening their understanding of the equine field and lay the groundwork for future career opportunities and potential advancement.

Career possibilities for graduates range from stable management, riding instruction, and other hands-on work, to a variety of positions in the equine industry-support sector, most of which benefit from an undergraduate education.

“Many equine professionals have mastered what they know through hands-on learning in the field,” Nemec adds. “Post enjoys a four-decade track record of helping people turn their passion for horses into rewarding careers.”

The new program offers an online commitment to a wider range of students who are interested in entering the equine field. Before they can enroll, prospective students must prove they have independent access to hands-on work with a horse for the core Horse Care and
Management Lab.

Post University is now enrolling students for its online Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies program for classes starting January 7, 2019. Interested candidates should contact the Post University Admissions Team at 800.582.8250 or admissions@post.edu.

About Post University
Based in Waterbury, Connecticut, since 1890, Post University® is known for its innovation and focus on providing every online and on-campus student an extraordinary educational experience with an unmatched level of personalized support. Among the first in the nation and the first in the State of Connecticut to offer full degrees online, Post fuels the personal aspirations and career goals of its students with inventive and robust learning technologies that deliver in-demand undergraduate and graduate degree programs, small class sizes, individual attention, and customizable degree concentrations.

Respected for its Honors Program, NCAA Division II athletics, and pioneering role in online education for more than 20 years, Post University is licensed by the State of Connecticut through the Office of Higher Education and is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE, formerly NEASC). The following degree programs offered by the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business are programmatically accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP): Associate of Science – Accounting, Marketing, Management; Bachelor of Science – Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, Management, Marketing, Sport Management; Master of Science – Accounting; Master of Business Administration (MBA). Post is ranked among the best by U.S. News & World Report. Learn more about how Post Makes It Personal™ by calling 800.345.2562 or visiting www.Post.edu. For useful consumer information go to https://post.edu/consumer-information.
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