Equine Studies – Horse Rehabilitation
Take 21 Credit hours for Horse Rehabilitation Concentration
Midway University’s Equine Studies program prepares students with the essential skills they need to enter the broad equine industry or prepare for graduate school.
The Equine Studies-Horse Rehabilitation degree will give students strong, applicable skills in the areas of rehabilitation, exercise physiology, Eastern medicine, nutrition and pharmacology. Caring for the animal’s well-being is the central focus of this program.
Students will complete all courses for the Equine Studies major and then 21 credit hours in horse rehabilitation concentration coursework.
Other areas of concentration within the major include horse management or horse science. Students interested in equine careers can also choose a business or sport management minor as enhancements to their major.
|Course Number||Name of Course||Credit Hours|
General Education Requirements
Major Course Requirements
|EQS 109||Equine Farm Operations I||4|
|EQS 111||Equine Farm Operations II||4|
|EQS 165||Introduction to the Equine Industry||3|
|EQS 214||Equine Healthcare Management||3|
|EQS 215||Equine Anatomy and Physiology||3|
|EQS 216||Equine Anatomy and Physiology Lab||1|
|EQS 251||Feeds, Feeding & Forages||3|
|EQS 314||Writing in Equine Studies||3|
|EQS 318||Equine Behavior||3|
|EQS 395||Equine Internship||3|
|EQS 411||Animal Ethics, Welfare, Rights and Law||3|
|EQS 492||Equine Capstone||3|
|EQS 495||Equine Senior Seminar||1|
Concentration in Horse Rehabilitation Requirements
|EQS 226||Equine Rehabilitation I||3|
|EQS 326||Equine Rehabilitation II||3|
|EQS 335||Integrative Performance Clinical||3|
|EQS 356||Exercise Physiology||3|
|EQS 426||Equine Rehabilitation III||3|
|EQS 430||Eastern Medicine||3|
|EQS 435||Nutrition and Pharmacology||3|
Total Credit Hours