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Minor Code - U130

This minor is designed for students who wish to advance their knowledge of equine management practices or wish to find employment within the equine industry. Students will gain knowledge of equine management related to reproduction, nutrition, health, training methods, design of facilities, and economy of the industry.

Core Courses
A&VS 281Introduction to Equine Care and Use (Minimum grade of C-)3
A&VS 282Equine Handling & Ground Training Lab (Minimum grade of C-)1
ANPR 344Advanced Horse Management (Minimum grade of C-)4
Complete one of the following tracks12
Managment Track
Required Track Course
Equine Facility Design and Management
Select one of the following courses
Equine Events Management
New Venture Creation
Enterprise Operation Law
Select two of the following courses
Equine Hoof and Limb
Riding Theory and Techniques
Equine Events Management
Horse/Livestock/Poultry Evaluation
Science Track
Required Track Course
Applied Nutrition
Select one of the following courses
Growth and Lactation Physiology
Physiology of Reproduction
Veterinary Anatomy
Select two of the following courses
Equine Hoof and Limb
Riding Theory and Techniques
Research
Horse/Livestock/Poultry Evaluation
Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies Track*
Required Track Courses
Principles of Therapeutic Horsemanship 1
Principles of Therapeutic Horsemanship 2
Select two of the following courses
Equine Facility Design and Management
Riding Theory and Techniques
Disability and the Family
Disability in the Community
Introduction to Human Development
Introduction to Abnormal Psychology
Total Hours20