Equine Business (CEA)
The certificate in Equine Business is restricted to individuals who have earned either a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree and want academic training in the field of equine business. The program is designed as an intensive one-year program for full-time students, although part-time students will be accepted.
The curriculum consists of 24 hours of Equine Business courses for those individuals who possess a four-year Business degree or an MBA. The curriculum will include a minimum of 30 credit hours for those persons lacking in the certificate prerequisites.
Departmental Admission Requirements
Admission requirements include submission of an undergraduate application and official transcripts showing completion of a four-year degree, and an overall 2.8 GPA.
Priority application deadlines are June 1 for fall semester. Admission to the Equine Certificate Program is available only in the fall semesters. Priority application deadline is March 1 for summer semesters.
|ECON 201||Principles of Microeconomics - SB||3|
|ACCT 201||Principles of Financial Accounting||3|
|Minimum Total Hours||6|
|EQIN 202||Horse Industry Overview||3|
|EQIN 204||Equine Management||3|
|EQIN 301||Organization and Administration of Equine Operations||3|
|EQIN 302||Equine Economics||3|
|EQIN 304||Equine Marketing||3|
|EQIN 313||Equine Commercial Law||3|
|EQIN 402||Capstone Seminar in Equine Industry Program - CUE||3|
|EQIN 403||Equine Financial Management||3|
|Minimum Total Hours||24|