Equestrian Studies16 hours
A minor in Equestrian Studies will equip students with a broad base of knowledge in classical horsemanship encompassing theory and philosophy, riding, the teaching of riding, and care of the horse and cultivate Christ-like character enabling them to become effective servant-scholars.
Note: no more than eight hours of EQST courses may be counted towards graduation for students not majoring in Recreation with the equestrian options or minoring in equestrian studies.
|REC 222 Leisure, Work and Society||4|
|EQST 223 Foundations of Equestrian Studies||4|
|EQST 224 Riding Instructor Certification||3|
|Equestrian Electives (EQST 200 or above)||5|
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