Equine Studies students at Emory & Henry participate in hands-on learning through unique research and work opportunities, from performing equine health-related research studies to assisting in running collegiate horse shows.
Learn more about the types of classes that you will take as an Equine Studies student by visiting the department’s Degrees & Requirements webpage.
EQUINE STUDIES MAJOR & CAREER EXPLORATION RESOURCES:
To discover applicable job titles, job and internship links, and industry information, visit AgCareers.com webpage focused on the equine sector.
The American Horse Council provides the most recent (2017) information on how the horse industry contributes to the USA economy.
Students have the opportunity to participate in ongoing department research or design their own projects as part of E&H’s Ampersand Program or the Honor’s program.
In addition to research, E&H Equine students have completed valuable internship experiences at locations such as Blackberry Ridge Farm, Fox Hollow Riding Academy, Hawley Farms, Washington County Veterinary Service, and Thomas Cherokee Farm to name a few.
Visit the E&H Internship Program webpage to access detailed information about how to pursue an internship for academic credit.