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Equine Studies Degree Information

Centenary College offers opportunities to students at a variety of levels.  Whether you are interested in a bachelor degree in Equine Studies, an associate degree in Equine Studies, or you would like to enhance your college degree with either a minor in Equine Studies or a certification in Equine Studies there is a program here for you.

Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies»

Associates of Science in Equine Studies»

Minor in Equine Studies»

Therapeutic Riding Certification»

Career Opportunities

Post-graduation employment is a concern for every college major.  Previous graduates of our Equine program have gone on to be successful industry experts.  There are a variety of Equine job opportunities available for graduates.  Our expert staff and faculty, and the Career Services Department will guide students through the initial post-graduation employment process.

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Internship Opportunities

Internships are an important part of getting hands-on experience while obtaining your degree.  They also help you network with various members of the industry.  We have agreements with many local business and organizations that love to work with our highly skilled students. 

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Associates in Science in Equine Studies

Centenary also offers a two-year associate degree in Equine Studies.  Students interested in the AS in Equine Studies are required to take the first two years of the Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies degree program.

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Minor in Equine Studies

Occasionally, students of different major degree programs will wish to expand their knowledge and study into the Equine Industry.  When this occurs they are encouraged to take our minor in Equine Studies.

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Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies

Centenary offers a degree in Equine Studies that covers a broad range of industry related topics.  Students who wish to focus their studies for increased knowledge and skills may choose to study one of our five industry specific concentrations.

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Riding Instruction

Students interested in working as professional instructors in the disciplines of hunter seat equitation, hunters, jumpers, and dressage may want to pursue this concentration. Students will study methods of teaching, course design, and judging.

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Equine Business Management

Equine Business Management offers a concentration for students seeking business-related careers in the equine field. Courses include business administration, accounting marketing and principles of management.

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Communication for the Equine Industry

Communication for the Equine Industry is a concentration for students preparing to enter the fields of journalism, photography, mass media, advertising or public relations as they relate to an equestrian career goal. Courses include introduction to journalism, non-fiction freelance writing, photojournalism, advertising and media news writing and public speaking.

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Equine Science

Equine Science is a concentration for students interested in pursuing careers in veterinary medicine, breeding facilities, pharmaceutical companies, or graduate programs in the science related fields.  Courses include Equine Health I & II, Nutrition, Breeding and Reproduction, Equine Musculoskeletal System I & II.

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Training the Horse

Students looking to specialize in riding and training the horse in the disciplines of hunter seat equitation, hunters, jumpers and dressage may want to pursue this concentration. Students will study methods of training horses, course design, judging, and schooling the green or problem horse.

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Contact Us

Admissions Department:

1-800-236-8679
admissions@centenarycollege.edu

 

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