Equine Science and Management A.A.S.

Equine students with horse

Take it from the horse’s mouth: your equine career starts here.

In the Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program in equine science and management, you can take your love of all things equine to the next level.

You’ll choose from two concentrations: a career in equine science, or a general concentration that allows you to customize your coursework to prepare for additional academic study or transfer to other less traditional equine-related careers.

Through the program’s rich curriculum, you’ll focus on the development of equine industry skills including the care and training of horses, riding, driving, breeding and business and stable management.

You also will get to work one-on-one with a selection of more than 350 horses on site, and also experience some of the finest equine facilities in the country.

The state-of-the-art SUNY Morrisville Equine Rehabilitation Center (ERC) showcases the college’s signature equine facilities. One of few publicly accessible equine rehabilitation facilities in the Northeast, the ERC offers equipment and rehabilitation techniques to keep healthy horses conditioned, and to help injured equine athletes recover post-injury or post-surgery.

Additional equine facilities include the SUNY Morrisville Equine Breeding and Training Center, which serves as a breeding and hunter/jumper facility, as well as the Equine Center, which features the nation’s only half-mile harness racing track on a college campus.

Like many students in this program, you may continue in Morrisville’s Bachelor of Technology degree program in Equine Science.

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