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Equine Production & Management Certificate

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 equine advisory committee comprised of leaders in the equine industry and agri-business.

Students who graduate with a certificate in equine production and management will be trained to enter a wide range of career opportunities including: sales or equine and animal health products; breeding farm and stable management; and riding instruction.


27 Semester Hours Required

First Semester (12 Total Hours)
Course # Course Description
AGEQ    1301 Equine Behavior & Training I
AGEQ    1305 Equine Enterprise Management
AGEQ    1309 Computers in Agriculture
AGEQ    1311 Equine Science I
Second Semester (15 Total Hours)
Course # Course Description
AGEQ   2301 Equine Behavior & Training II
AGEQ   2310 Equine Business Management
AGEQ   2311 Equine Science II
AGEQ   2386 Internship Equestrian/Equine
AGEQ   1315 Horse Evaluation I