Equine Studies & Management AAS

This equine degree specializes in Equine Management. Classes prepare students for positions in Equine Production, Stable Management, Riding Instruction, and Hippotherapy Management. Our comprehensive approach to learning includes a broad-based curriculum of equine science lecture classes combined with practical, hands-on riding experiences. Our location in the center of recreation and ranching in Northwest Colorado makes it the ideal place to learn what it takes to manage and work with horses. Do you have a horse? You can bring it with you to school.  Our facilities include two large arenas, a covered pen, and a track all adjacent to miles of public land for outside riding. Don't worry if you don't have a horse to bring, the program has them for study and use. Courses include Anatomy & Physiology, Reproduction, Equine Evaluation, Equine Production, Basic & Advanced Riding, Herd & Health Management, Basic & Advanced Horse Training, and Riding Instruction. Students receive hands-on experience riding, training, and managing horses. Today‚Äôs multi-billion dollar equine industry is extremely competitive. At CNCC, we are committed to preparing students to rise to the top.

What sets the CNCC Equine Program apart?

Equine Studies and Management AAS Curriculum

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Equine/Agriculture Instructor
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