225 COLLEGE PARK DRIVE • WEATHERFORD, TX 76086 • 817-594-5471 / 800-287-5471
67 semester hours required to graduate
Students receive training in all areas of equine management as well as training in economic theories associated with profitable management of breeding farms and horse ranches. Students are exposed to various situations encompassing theory and hands-on experience in the field of agriculture. Program content and competencies are reviewed and endorsed by an agriculture advisory committee comprised of leaders in the agriculture industry and agri-business as well as four-year institutions.
Students who graduate with a degree in equine production and management will be trained to enter a wide range of career opportunities including: sales of equine and animal health products; breeding farm and stable management; and riding instruction.
Freshman First Semester (15 Hours Total)
Freshman Second Semester (18 Hours Total)
Sophomore First Semester (17 Hours Total)
Sophomore Second Semester (16 Hours Total)
Fundamentals of Speech
*ITSC1301 will only be articulated as a Dual credit.