A minor in equine studies provides you with a broad foundation about how to care for, properly train and ride horses. This minor includes a core of animal science courses that cover the basics of horse nutrition and physiology.
In this program, you gain hands-on experience in working with horses at our Darr Agricultural Center, including opportunities to partner with the Springfield community through the Therapeutic Riding of the Ozarks program.
To complete a 20-hour minor in equine studies, you must complete the following courses:
To add a minor, visit the Academic Advisement Center in University Hall 109. You may need to receive a signature from the head of the School of Agriculture to authorize the addition of an equine studies minor.