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  Nov 24, 2017
 
2017-2018 Academic Year 
  
2017-2018 Academic Year

Equine - Minor


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College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences

Department of Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Sciences

ADVS Minors


A minor can be valuable when associated with a major in agricultural education, agricultural economics, plant science, nutrition and food science, business, economics, computer science, rangeland resources, and in other disciplines where the animal industry has direct or indirect involvement.

The same departmental standards applying to the Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Sciences  major also apply to all minors. Students must maintain a 2.5 GPA in ADVS courses.

Requirements for Minors


The following is a listing of courses for the minor emphasis area. A specific course may not be used to fulfill the requirements of more than one ADVS minor.

Note:


Transfer students must have a minimum of one 3-credit upper-division course in residency with the approval of the ADVS academic advisor.

Equine Science Minors


The Equine Science minor offers courses that cover equine healthcare and maintenance, basic equine conformation, and topics essential to current equine industry careers.  The Equine Science minor is designed to enrich students' general equine studies and provide hands-on learning experiences throughout their education. The Equine Science minor is appropriate for students who are interested in reaching agriculturally-based career goals and would like to broaden their equine knowledge.

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