Equine Administration B.S.
The major in Equine Administration is designed specifically for those students who intend to pursue career opportunities within equine industries and business organizations functioning as professional leaders, facility managers, administrators, and equine entrepreneurs. Students are offered coursework in the techniques of horse management, techniques of facility management, equine law, and equine business practices.
Majors must pass EQU201 and EQU391 with a grade of C or higher to satisfy major requirements - courses must be taken before student accumulates 90 credit hours/Senior standing.
Majors must also pass EQA305 and EQA420 with a grade of C or higher to satisfy major requirements.
*Students can take either COM203 or COM213 to fulfill the communication component required for the major.
Course List - Total Hours: 48
|Course #||Course Title||Hours|
|ACC240||Principles of Accounting I||3|
|BUS351||Principles of Management||3|
|COM215||Small Group Leadership||3|
|EQA305||Techniques of Facility Management||4|
|EQA320||Equine Event Management||3|
|EQA420||Equine Administration Seminar||2|
|EQU111||Introduction to the Horse Industry||3|
|EQU113||Equine Health and First Aid||3|
|EQU201||Horse Management Practicum I||3|
|EQU210||Survey of the Equine Profession||2|
|EQU391||Horse Management Practicum II||4|