Program Credit Hour Total: 64 Credits
The information below is intended to be a guide, and does not guarantee regional job placement, job availability, or a specific wage after completion of the program.
The AS in Equine Science is intended for students who are wishing to transfer to a university and obtain a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree. Most of the potential jobs listed below require a student to transfer and continue their education at the next level. Potential job opportunities for individuals with degrees in equine science may include equine scientists, equine geneticists, equine nutritionists, assistant general manager, barn/stable manager, extension educator, ranch foreman, or sales representative.
Additional information on careers in Equine Science is available through Career Coach.
The Equine Science Associate of Science is well suited for transfer to a Bachelor degree program. Possible options at the Bachelor’s level include degrees in Animal Biology, Business, Communication, Equine Science, Meat Science and Food Technology, Pre-Veterinary Medicine, Production, and Range Livestock.