Equine Production and Management
Career Opportunities: Students selecting this two-year degree program prepare for employment as farm or stable manager, breed associate representative, feed salesman, breeding manager, horse trainer, racing official, riding instructor, horse show management, nutrition technician and various other positions available in the equine industry.
Requirements for Graduation
In order to earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Agricultural Applied Sciences with a major in Equine Production and Management, a student must complete a minimum of 60 credit-hours of required and elective course work.
Note: AGRL 111 replaces WVUe 191 as a first-semester requirement.