Equine Education

Find My Horses Presents: Equine Education

Equine Education

Find My Horses is compiling a list of college equine programs or equine education degrees across the United States.  Click on the state that you're looking to go to school in and you will see a full list of schools that offer Equine Education programs.

The schools offer a range of degrees in equine programs.

B.S. Animal Science - Animal Science (also Animal Bioscience) essential as "studying the biology of animals that are under the control of humankind." ... Historically, the degree was called animal husbandry and the animals studied were livestock species, like cattle, sheep, pigs, poultry, and horses.

Equine Business - The Equine Business Management program of the Bachelor of Professional Studies degree in Management is for students interested in the organizational, managerial, and commercial aspects of the equine industry, as well as students interested in advanced performance horse care, equine reproduction, instruction, and stable management.

Equine Science Specialization - Equine science is a specialization within animal science, which involves the study of the reproduction, physiology, behavior, and nutrition of horses. Job opportunities may include professional riding instruction, horse training, and stable management.

A.S. in Equine Science - Equine science is a specialization within animal science, which involves the study of the reproduction, physiology, behavior, and nutrition of horses. Job opportunities may include professional riding instruction, horse training, and stable management.

A.S. in Horse Ranch Management - This program is designed to give students essential skills for employment on horse ranches and in agriculture sales and services. All courses are applicable for degree requirements in Horse Ranch Management and Livestock Management.

Certificate in Horse Ranch Management - This certificate program is designed to give students basic skills for employment on horse ranches and in agriculture sales and services. All courses are applicable for degree requirements in Horse Ranch Management and Livestock Management.

Farrier School - A farrier is a specialist in equine hoof care, including the trimming and balancing of horses' hooves and the placing of shoes if necessary.

Veterinarian School - Medical Definition of Veterinary medicine. Veterinary medicine: The medical science concerned with the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases in animals. ... Veterinary school is usually four years and requires a prior college degree in the US and Canada. The degree is a DMV (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine).

Equine Thermal Imaging  - Infrared thermal imaging is now being widely used throughout the world for many Equine & Veterinary applications.   An online technical training course has been made available through Thermology.com to help with understanding this technology for use with large and small animals.

 

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