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Equine Studies


Equine Management
The student interested primarily in the management of a barn will select the Equine Management concentration. This program directs the student's interests to the mechanics of running a stable and the handling of horses within a barn, including practical stable management. The Equine Management concentration usually requires two business-related courses.

Equestrian Management
The student primarily interested in riding and the teaching of riding will select the Equestrian Management concentration. The program improves skills in riding and provides an education focused on teaching. In addition to equestrian courses, both concentrations generally include courses in biology, psychology, physical education, and veterinary medical technology.

Careers

Farmers, Ranchers, and Agricultural Managers
Wage: $60,000
10 Year Growth Rate: 1.1%
Self Employed: 0.0%
Unemployment Rate: 1.1%
Employed Part Time: 9.3%

Education Requirements:
Bachelor's or higher degree, plus work experience