RIDE WITH THE BEST
The professional skills learned in our equestrian studies program (English and western disciplines) enable students to transform their love of horses into rewarding careers. The horse industry in the United States contributes billions of dollars in direct economic impact to our economy and supports more than one million full-time jobs.
Our graduates have demonstrated that they are qualified and capable of joining the ranks of top equine professionals nationally and internationally.
English riders can choose to focus on dressage or hunter/jumper.
Raising the bar for equine programs
For more than 30 years, The University of Findlay has set the standard for excellence in equestrian programs by providing:
Riding instruction five days per week
Two outstanding equine facilities for English and western riding
More than 300 horses in the program
- One-to-one academic advising
Internships in the United States and abroad
International English riding opportunities
Associate of arts in western riding/training emphasis
Associate of arts in English riding/training emphasis
Bachelor of science in western riding/training emphasis
Bachelor of science in English riding/training emphasis
Bachelor of science in equine business management
Western program students learn reining, along with pleasure and
Students completing an equine studies degree may seek to strengthen their educational goals through the Professional Experience Program (PEP). Many equine-related internships are available, either for class credit or for the work experience only. For more information, students can contact the PEP Office.