Horse Husbandry/Equine Science and Management

A program that prepares individuals to manage the selection, breeding, care, and maintenance of work, athletic, and show horses; and to manage horse farms, stables, tracks and related equipment and operations. Includes instruction in applicable principles of animal science, care, and health; stable and track management; design and operation of facilities and equipment; and related issues such as regulations, business management; and logistics.

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“…Wonderful atmosphere on campus. Just attended NSC in early June and enjoyed hearing about all the great programs and classes I will start in the fall of 2012. Enjoyed getting to know some of my fellow classmates. I am from out of state and they...” – KLM from Florida

“…the university is a very beautiful place if you ignore all the construction being done at the moment. everyone at the school are extremely nice people and are there help you. there are tons of opportunities for you to have fun and also be successful...” – adrian from pittsburgh, pa

“…they have a lot to offer no matter what your major or even if you are undecided. the campus has a lot of diversity and you can expect to meet a lot of different people. the campus is large and set in a quiet little town which is very proud to have...” – Ciaira from Hillsboro, NH

“…mtsu is a great university. it is quickly becoming the best school in tennessee's state system of colleges and universities. the professors are great as is the support staff, who will free you up to learn.” – Luther from Nashville, TN

“…Tiffin is a smaller university, but a good fit for those who are intent on focusing on learning. Classes are a bit on the easy side and parking can get hectic. Professor are very understanding though.” – Sophie from New Albany, IN

“…suu has a beautiful campus and is full of teachers and counselors that are ready to help you!” – Brielle from Blanding, UT

“…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

“…The ideal learning environment for young scholars. A great place to network with other people. A place overflowing with opportunity.” – Reshad from Miami, FL

“…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

“…I am the happiest little zoo science student in the world here at Delaware Valley College. Our tight-knit community, fantastic learning environment, and people who have the same dreams as me have made the transition to college more manageable than I...” – Celina from Hamden, CT

“…It's a very good school to go to. They have people here to help you when you need it. It's a very safe school. ” – Alessa from Urbana, IL

“…Just enrolled for the Spring 2012 semester. Don't have any input to give yet.” – Michelle from Merced, CA

“…Nationally recognized for a reason. Almost every instructor I have had in my four years while attending have been passionate and genuinely interested in the success of their students at both an academic and personal level. The courses are challenging...” – Brandon from Forestville, CA

“…very personable and small classes. experienced teachers. world class learning.” – Seth from Cedar Rapids, IA

“…I have really enjoyed the nursing program in this school. They are willing to help students in every way possible. Being able to succeed in my everyday challenges has made me really enjoy the material taught.” – Alicia from North Richland Hills, TX

“…Mount San Antonio College is a great school for students who are unsure of their intended field of study and are looking to explore numerous fields to find their interests. Mt. SAC is filled with great teachers, some with outstanding national awards,...” – John from Chino, CA

“…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

“…It is a great school to get your general education. Counselors make transferring an easy process. Also, it has many clubs and activities to keep you social.” – DeAngela from Elk Grove, CA

“…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

“…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

“…Having a great time while learning a great deal.” – Douglas from Corvallis, OR

“…UMC is one of the best schools I have ever been to! Very friendly staff and students! Great academic programs to fit everyone's need.” – Alex from Burnsville, MN

“…Pierce College is full of amazing teachers. I feel like I got a four year school education here at a community college price. It's honestly the best community college in the area and if you're dedicated, you can get a truly enriching experience.” – Tracy

“…this school has been very helpful - and relatively inexpensive- in guiding me in my schooling. i started taking dual credit classes as a high school student and have taken part of the rn program and several other core classes. highly recommended for...” – Brittany - TX

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

“…Cloud is a great school to start for those students not wanting to start at a four year university right away, whom enjoy a fun small college atmosphere, great teachers and cheaper tuition fees than Universities.” – Jonathan from Clay Center, KS

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

“…Colby has done nothing but helped me with every question I've had about admission to financial aid, all the way to taking online classes. Every person I have talked to has been so friendly and seems to really enjoy helping me with all of my questions...” – Kendra from WaKeeney, KS

“…Its small the people are extremely friendly. The professors are flexible and understanding, its not much to do though.” – Micheal from Amarillo, TX

“…Treasure Valley Community College is a great school. They have small classrooms, dedicated teachers and staff that genuinely care about their students. This college helped me to find a goal and pursue it.” – Andrea from Caldwell, ID

“…cecil college has a number of great programs and paths from which to choose. they have flexible class schedules. most of the instructors are enjoyable, supportive and flexible.” – Kim from Port Deposit, MD

“…ELLSWORTH IS DIVERSE ” – DJ

“…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

“…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

“…Feather River College is a wonderful school and helps students transition from high school to the academic rigor of college. It is in a beautiful rural setting and professors are professional, knowledgeable, and there to help students succeed. FRC...” – Brent from Quincy, CA