Equestrian/Equine Studies

A program that focuses on the horse, horsemanship, and related subjects and prepares individuals to care for horses and horse equipment; ride and drive horses for leisure, sport, show, and professional purposes; and manage the training of horses and riders. Includes instruction in horse breeding, nutrition, health, and safety; history of the horse and horsemanship; horse development and training; riding and equestrian technique; stable, paddock, and track management; and equipment maintenance and repair.

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“…ohio university deserves a 10 out of 10! the campus and atmosphere here is remarkable. the teachers really want you to succeed and so do your peers.” – Amy from Newark, OH

“…Colorado State University has given me the best college experience I could dream of. There are opportunities for anything you could imagine - and these opportunities are everywhere! Everyone is friendly, and all anyone wants is for each and every...” – Bailey

“… Umass Amherst is a great school with abundant of activities and academic assistance. Within a nice and suitable environment to study and learn, you will able to explore one of the most beautiful places in the world.” – Jian from Jamaica Plain, MA

“…This college is meant for those who want to be themselves or want to discover themselves. The classes feel almost personalized, everyone cares about your education and how you do. Basically, everyone accepts you without judging you and wants the best...” – Ana from Savannah, GA

“…This is an affordable university with a great atmosphere. I would suggest Texas A&M-Commerce to anyone looking for an affordable, well-rounded college. The professors and staff are very friendly and love to work with the students.” – TAMUC Student

“…i love the university of findlay because of the small campus atmosphere. teachers and staff are always willing to talk to and help you with whatever you may need. classes are exciting and fun because the small class sizes allow for hands-on...” – Kristen from Richmond, IN

“…averett is a great opportunity for any person. it's easy to adapt to and it's worth every bit you put into it. averett helps build the character of a person as well as the mind.” – Kevon from Midlothian, VA

“…I'm a Health Promotion and Fitness Major, and the professors are great! The classes are small, the professors are excited to be here, the area is safe but close to big city excitement, and the food's pretty good too! I also got a lot of financial aid...” – Elizabeth from Avalon, CA

“…It was everything I wanted in a college. The professors are smart and extremely helpful. I wouldn't want to go any place else. ” – Daniel from Plymouth, MA

“…great campus! great people! not much to do outside of campus though.” – Happy Student

Wilson College
Chambersburg, PA

“…Wilson College is a small school so everybody knows everybody, and you will see a familiar face everywhere you go. We form friendships right away and there is a lot of community involvement. Our professors are willing to help any way they can when a...” – Student Class of 2013

“…I think that it is a wonderful college. It offers many different degrees and programs. They also have professors that really understand the students and are very helpful as well.” – Cheyanne from Earlville, NY

“…mount ida is a great school. i have made lots of friends and have learned many new things. i know have great leadership abilities that i did not have before.” – Matthew from RUTLAND, MA

“…great programs, family-feel, small school” – Alexandria from Evans, GA

“…Awsome campus! Would love to go there. Offer exactly what I want.” – Elizabeth from Bath, PA

“…This is a community college. It is not only good for saving money, it is a great stepping stone.” – Robert from Hernando, FL

“…Excellent school” – Christopher from Panama, NY

“…A small campus, which is very community oriented. It is quickly becoming a top public university in the U.S.. Great school for getting involved and finding a job after college. ” – Morgan from Keyes, OK

“…The campus is very neat and clean. When walking around, it stays quiet and isn't bustling with tons of students. The faculty is extremely helpful and informative.” – Tyler from Phoenix, AZ

“…Lake Erie College is a private school that is full of life. The teachers are always available and want each student to succeed. On a scale of 1-10 (10 being the best) I give Lake Erie College a 12!” – Stephanie from Dublin, OH

“…Great online classes, teachers are hilarious, administration needs to lighten up, student employees are all girls which i hate because its sexist” – Kirk from Chandler Heights, AZ

“…hocking is a wonderful school, especially for nursing students. i chose this school because they have a one hundred percent passing rate on their bar exams. i would choose this school all over again if i had to redo it. ” – Amber from Lancaster, OH

“…Professional and resourceful staff. All information taught in class is accurate and applicable in today's world. Online classes have adequate study information, just as good as attending class!” – Susana from Seminole, TX

“…Love this University because it caters to it's students as far as the advisers going out of their way to help in anyway they can. We have the best meal plan in the country due to the culinary that run the many choice on-campus restaurants. The...” – Ryan from Harwich, MA

“…Wilmington College is a small Quaker liberal arts college in South-central Ohio. Its faculty and stuff are dedicated to helping students succeed and make a difference in the world. The college is a perfect choice for any student who is looking for...” – Megan from Batavia, OH

“…i really like going to school at csi because the class sizes and its a small campus but still a lot of people. i can get help one on one if needed by the teacher and or tutor. its amazing school and i will hate to leave when i have to transfer...” – Theran from Middleton, ID

“…Asbury University is an excellent place for spiritual growth through diligent teaching of God's Word. Asbury University is a fast-growing,stable environment for the young mind. Asbury University is a life long journey for the students as well as the...” – Tara from Lexington, KY

“…centenary is such a homey, warm small college. most of the teachers are really there to help you. all of the students are really nice and helpful.” – Ilana from Sparta, NJ

“…stephens is an incredible school in all aspects. it is a small campus, with small classes but they all have quality and value. this school makes well-rounded students even more rounded and builds incredible stephens women!” – Nae from Kansas City, MO

“…william woods university is nationally known for its equestrian studies and american sign language programs. if you're interested in either of those aspects, i would absolutely recommend william woods without any reservations. william woods is a...” – Kristen from Fulton, MO

“…Black Hawk College is education-oriented, as it provides students with the most excellent and diverse education possible. It does not forget, however, the importance of creating a fun atmosphere considering the numerous club, organizations and events...” – Victoria from Moline, IL

“…emory & henry is a challenging school with a lot of great professors. the professors here care if you understand the subject and give you every opportunity to succeed. this is a place were you'll grow great relationships and build great character. ” – Maura from Cape May Court House, NJ

“…bluegrass community and technical college is a great place to start getting a bachelor's degree or simply get an associate degree. while it may seem like a school only for those who are poor or intellectually unable to go to uk, it actually has...” – Stephanie from Stanford, KY

“…Midway is an amazing school! The academic, financial aid, and admission counselors are great as far as keeping in touch and helping in any way that they can. I can't wait to attend this beautiful campus in August.” – Brittany from Owenton, KY

“…overall laramie county community college has been a great experience both socially and academically. i'm challenged to do my best in and out of class with people that care about me. the teachers actually have a relationship with the students and push...” – Hailee from Cheyenne, WY

“…good student ratios” – Malai from Rockford, IL

“…Bethany College is a small non-sectarian, liberal arts college affiliated with the Disciples of Christ, in which you are immersed within a close-nit community surrounded by the beautiful hills of West Virginia. Bethany is secluded from society so it...” – Gregory from Bethany, WV

“…Rocky Mountain College is a friendly and safe environment for all students. Rocky's small student population creates a great one on one relationship with your professors. I feel that Rocky's extremely friendly staff and students are a great place for...” – Philip from Dutton, MT

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College
Saint Mary Of The Woods, IN

“…A 'Wonderful' campus or online experience for women! The staff, Sister's, and fellow classmates are always willing to give a helping hand. The beautiful off-road campus compels you to become one with yourself and future goals.” – Amy from Clinton, IN

“…small and well-kept campus. good teacher to student ratio. affordable education. ” – Kerry from Pitman, NJ

“…Potomac State is a very diverse school with teachers and students being here. The Teachers are very flexible with the grades, classes and making you understand what is going on. The academic success center are always willing to help you and they are...” – Danielle from Martinsburg, WV

“…this was the top college for me because of the small town feel and southern hospitality. i enjoy the closeness of the students, faculty, and community. i appreciate the simplicity of life here.” – A Happy Judson Girl

“…I love Vermont Technical College. My program has taught me so much and has prepared me for the real life work field. My teachers are the best around, if its helping with homework, clubs, or personal issues they are always available. The student body...” – Rebekka from Windsor, VT

“…NJC is in a small town, so it is easy to get around, even without a vehicle. The class sizes are small and are more on a high school class setting. There are plenty of activities to do around campus and plenty of clubs to join” – Gary from Broomfield, CO

“…I enjoy the one on one with the professors. The classes are small. The curriculum is challenging.” – Emily from Hinton, OK

“…i love it at rctc! the classes are awesome. i have met so many awesome new friends since i started school.” – Alexander from Sherburn, MN

“…the programs here offer a wonderful start for anyone wanting to complete their first 2 years of college. the programs offered here transfer, guaranteed, to any ncaa accredited college. tuition is also one of the cheapest in the nation” – James from Lander, WY

“…I took CNCC classes through my high school, and it went very smoothly. Professional, courteous office staff, and the registrar I worked with was incredibly helpful. Again, my classes were not on campus at CNCC - they were either online or taught by a...” – Reed from Crawford, CO

“…MState is a nationally ranked two year college. It's friendly staff and faculty are there to help every step of the way. Small class sizes and teachers who are dedicated to teaching as their first goal equals great academic success!” – Angelina

“…small campus and small class sizes make it easy to get to know a lot of people. the block system is amazing you only have to study one class at a time for 18 days. the clubs are fun and easy to get into.” – Kameo from saguache, CO

“…Martin Community College is a small college, so there's no huge clutters/crowds. The professors I've met seemed very friendly and down-to-earth people willing to help you. The Registrar's Office was extremely helpful.” – John from Williamston, NC

“…Miles Community College is a wonderful place for students looking to begin their post-secondary education goals. The campus creates a sense of family by giving one-on-one special attention to students. Starting at MCC will allow you to receive help...” – Lindsey from Columbus, MT

“…Cochise College has a very healthy environment. The people and the staff are very friendly and always find a way to make you feel comfortable and to help you out. Cochise College also works very well with other schools such as the University of...” – Robert from Douglas, AZ

“…I think it looks like a new school with current or upgraded equipment. I think the faculty will be knowledgeable and want to educate. I feel that I will enjoy getting my education from Ohio University-Southern ” – Amber from Proctorville, OH

“…Beautiful school, cheap rent on properties/rooms, low tuition but a great program. Champion Rodeo Team, Wind Energy Research, Iron Pour, plus great support if you need help in your classes. Can't Wait!” – Sonja from Tucumcari, NM

“…on a scale from 1-10, i'd give it a 9. small town loving, clean and beautiful campus! i'd recommend it to anybody who likes feeling like a somebody! ” – Kiley from Powell, WY