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School of Agriculture, Sustainability, Business and Entrepreneurship

Dean: Christopher L. Nyberg
Phone: (315) 684-6083
Email: nybergcl@morrisville.edu

Degree Concentrations

Degree Concentrations

The Equine Science B.Tech. program is divided into several concentrations which allow students to focus on their interests and career goals.

Equine Science and Management

At the baccalaureate degree level, this option allows students to advance their technical preparation by following concentrations in western riding, English riding, driving and/or business management. This is accomplished with Advanced Specialization courses in one of these areas and a related internship.

Equine Racing

In this option, a student may concentrate in the care, training and racing of Standardbred harness horses or Thoroughbred racing horses. Students work with specifically assigned horses which are trained and raced by the college program. Students meeting industry mandated requirements are able to advance to increasingly higher levels of licensure. This is accomplished with Advanced Specializations in these areas and a related internship.

Equine Breeding

This option offers the student the opportunity to study the areas of Equine Breeding, Youngstock Management, Equine Reproduction and Stallion Management, and Equine Sales and Promotion. This is accomplished with Advanced Specializations in these areas and a related internship.

Equine Business Management

The concentration in equine business offers students the option of more advanced courses in business and marketing and is appropriate for students who are more interested in equine or agricultural sales, business or marketing.

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Admissions Requirements

This program is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.

Students admitted into this upper–division baccalaureate program must possess an associate in applied science (A.A.S.) or an associate in science (A.S.) in equine science, animal science or agricultural science with specialization in equine or animal science.

A minimum grade point average of 2.0 is required in addition to demonstrated competency in horsemanship skills by examination where applicable.