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Modesto Junior College

Equine Science

Equine Science

Welcome to the Equine Science section of the Agriculture and Environmental Science Department! Here you can explore what MJC has to offer to those interested in a career in Equine Science. Learn which courses to take to launch you on your way, which clubs and scholarships are available, and what events are happening to get involved. For more information, please contact our faculty advisor. 

This Program will develop entry- level skills in equine husbandry and housing. Training and skill set development include; practical handling and safety skills, equipment handling and care, equine anatomy and nutrition, as well as breeding and reproduction skills. The program is designed for students that wish to develop practical skills in the area of Equine Science. 

Upcoming News:

 Annual open house horse sale December 3rd 2016.

Faculty Advisor:

 Julie Haynes
  209-575-6872
  haynesj@yosemite.edu

Required Courses - Complete 14 Units

Class #: Class Name: Units:
ANSC 207 Equine Science 3
ANSC 209 Equine Breeding & Reproduction 3
ANSC 243 Equine Fitting & Showing 2
ANSC 258 Beginning Horsemanship 3
ANSC 265 Intro to Colt Training 3

 

Elective Courses- Complete 3 Units

Class #:  Class Name: Units:
ANSC 200 Intro to Animal Science 3
ANSC 259 Pack Animal Walk & Ride 2
ANSC 260 Advanced Horsemanship 3

Total units: 16/17 units

Program Requirements:

To earn a certificate in Equine Science the student must complete a minimum of 16 units of course work. Each course must be completed with a "C" or better.