The Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies Degree program at Post University is "a horse of a different color." We offer a winning combination of business knowledge that's not often learned in the barn, and practical skills not available in the classroom. Our faculty understands the importance of this idea, because they have both respected academic credentials and extensive experience working in the field.
Earning a bachelor's in equine studies degree at Post University is an exciting and practical way to prepare for a career in one of the many areas of this growing industry. Your bachelor's in equine studies degree will provide you with the tools and experience you need to succeed in the field of your choice, because the ability to customize and specialize is one of the elements that makes our Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies Degree program unique.
Post University's Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies program offers opportunities for an 'immersion training' semester off campus for hands-on experience in your specialty. We believe in sending students to the experts, and have developed partnerships with respected organizations in order to provide the best possible training for each career focus.
Students who prefer to complete their bachelor's in equine studies degree on campus can select a concentration that involves a focus area to complement the program's core courses. Our advisors work closely with you to choose the courses that focus on your personal interest area.
Concentrations include: Business Management, Equestrian Coaching, Equine Wellness and Interdisciplinary
Post University offers a truly career-driven bachelor's in equine studies degree, with 2 certificate programs:
Students may pursue such careers as equine veterinary assisting; hoof trimming; equine massage; equine law; equine marketing; riding instructors (certified through BHS) or equine-assisted activities (certified through PATH/NARHA at High Hopes Therapeutic Riding Center); or a host of other specialties in the very diverse horse industry.
For more detailed information, follow the "Curriculum" link to see a list of required courses as well as specialty options available to Post Equine Studies students.