Certificate in Equine Science and Management
The Certificate in Equine Science & Management will provide students with knowledge and skills in preparation for employment in the equine industry. Coursework applies topics covered in lecture format directly to hands-on care and management of horses by utilizing the Division of Animal Sciences’ Equine Teaching Facility herd. This includes basic equine handling as well as breeding, foaling, training, and sales. This certificate is available to all majors including non-degree seeking students.
Completed courses must add up to a minimum of 15 credit hours.
|Introd. Level Equine Component - Complete one of the following:||3-4|
|Biology of Animal Production II|
|Biology of Animal Production II with Lab|
|AN_SCI 2045||Equine Practicum||1-2|
|AN_SCI 2195||Equine Facility Management and Marketing||3|
|AN_SCI 4977||Horse Production||3|
|Equine Behavior Component - Complete one of the following:||2-3|
|Foal Training Practicum|
|Equine Behavior and Training **|
|Internship in Animal Science & Technology (Must include experiential learning in equine behavior and training.)|
|Equine Reproduction Component - Complete one of the following:||2-5|
|Introduction To Foaling|
|Equine Breeding Management **|
|Internship in Animal Science & Technology (Must include experiential learning in equine foaling or breeding.)|
** Denotes Strongly Recommended Course for Components
Application for Certificate
Students interested in this certificate should complete the online CAFNR form located on the CAFNR website.
Marci J. Crosby