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Equine

Equine Science

Associate of Science Degree

Equine Science program offers a variety of knowledge in the equine world. Learn skills in horse production, equine nutrition, horsemanship and horse training, and have the foundations needed to continue education at a four-year institute.

English style horse jumping in the CWC equine center

Course NumberCourseCredits
ANSC 1030 Equine Management 3
BIOL 1010 General Biology I 4
BIOL 2020 General Biology II 4
CHEM 1000 Intro to Chemistry  4
COMM 2010 Public Speaking 3

ECON 1010 OR 
ECON 1020

Macroeconomics or
Microeconomics

3
EQST 1510 Equine Nutrition 3
EQST 1590 Horsemanship I 3
EQST 1595 Horsemanship II 3
MATH 1400 College Algebra 4
STAT 2050 Fundamentals of Statistics 4

Take a minimum of three (6) credits from the following:

Course NumbersCourseCredits
EQST 1600 Training for Timed Events 3
EQST 1605 Equine Facility Mgmt I 3
EQST 1601 Horse Event Production 2-4
EQST 1670 Training the Roping Horse I 3
EQST 2800 Fundamentals of Teaching Riding I 3
EQST 1690 English Equitation I 3
EQST 1695 English Equitation II 3
EQST 2210 CHA Standard Certification 3
EQST 2600 Horse Showmanship I 3
EQST 2615 Stock Horse Use & Showing I 3
EQST 2625 Stock Horse Use & Showing II 3
EQST 2705 CHA Equine Facility Mgt Certification 3
EQST 2720 Training the Cutting Horse I 3
EQST 2725 Training the Cutting Horse II 3


General electives: 3 credits

 

Students must complete general education requirements that will provide students a general knowledge to help them complete a degree at CWC.

CourseCredits
Writing Level I 3
Writing Level II 3
American & Wyoming Government 3
Arts/Humanities 3
University Studies 1

 

 Total Credit Hours: 60

Meet your professors

Drew Schrock

Instructor of Farrier Science

Drew Schrock is the rodeo coach at CWC but also brings knowledge of farrier science to students.