equine business management curriculum

The following text is taken from The University of Findlay's undergraduate catalog.
 

Equestrian Core Courses

The following core courses are required for all two-year (12 semester hours) and four-year programs in equestrian studies (13 semester hours):
​EQST 101 Introduction to Equine Science
or
ANSC 131 Introduction to Animal Science
EQST 102 Equine Selection/Judging - Western
or
EQST 104 Equine Selection/Judging - English
EQST 201 Principles of Equine Nutrition
or
ANSC 231
Principles of Food Animal Nutrition
EQST 202 Physiology of Equine Reproduction
or
ANSC 232 Physiology of Reproduction and Growth
EQST 499 Senior Seminar in Equine Science (four-year program only)
 
A major in equine business management consists of the five core courses (13 semester hours) and EQST 302; one course from BUAD 150, ECON 200, or ECON 201; EQST 337; one course from BUAD 310 or EQST 435; ACCT 220; BUAD 220, 311; and MRKT 326. In addition, the student must complete 12 hours of equine electives from the following: EQST 103, 203, 301, 311, 332, 380, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 411, 412, ANSC 310, 320, 330, 331, 332, 351, 352, 353, 354, 402, 404, EQST 480 or ANSC 480 (maximum of six hours), EQST 490 or ANSC 490 (maximum of six hours).