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Midway University CourseCatalog - Equine StudiesTable of ContentsMidway University.Course Catalog - Equine Studies.Equine Studies. 2Admission Criteria for In-Seat programs. 2Admission Criteria for Online program. 3Equine Business and Sales - Bachelor of Science in Equine Business and Sales. 3NEW FOR FALL 2022!. 3Program Learning Outcomes.3Requirements. 4Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies with a Concentration in Equine Management Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies with a Concentration in Equine Management.4Admission Criteria.5Student Learning Outcomes of Program.5Requirements. 5Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies with a Concentration in Equine Rehabilitation Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies with a Concentration in Equine Rehabilitation.6Admission Criteria.6Student Learning Outcomes of Program.7Requirements. 7Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies with a Concentration in Science - Bachelor ofScience in Equine Studies with a Concentration in Science. 8Admission Criteria.8Student Learning Outcomes of Program.9Requirements. 9Equine Studies Minor - Equine Studies Minor. 10Requirements. 11Equine StudiesAdmission Criteria for In-Seat programsTo be fully accepted into the three in-seat Equine Studies major, students must meet the followingrequirements by the end of the spring semester of the second academic year:2

Have completed Biology and Chemistry in high school with grades of C or above, or havecompleted Biology 103/104 or Chemistry 150/151 or higher at Midway University with a minimumgrade of C in order to demonstrate acceptable levels of scientific knowledge. Complete EQS 109 and 111 with a minimum grade of C in order to demonstrate appropriateknowledge of management procedures in the University’s equine facilities as well as work ethic,attitude, and ability to work with others. In addition to scheduled class time, students will berequired to complete additional hours some afternoons during the week and one weekend amonth at the University’s equine facilities. Complete EQS 165 and 215/216 with a minimum grade of C to demonstrate basic understandingof the equine industry and basic equine anatomy and physiology. Demonstrate the ability to handle horses on the ground according to criteria developed by theEquine Studies faculty and staff. Cumulative GPA of 2.5 during first year of attendance Interview with committee of faculty, staff, and industry professionals.Admission Criteria for Online program Admission to the UniversityEquine Business and Sales - Bachelor of Science in Equine Business and SalesType:MajorNEW FOR FALL 2022!The Equine Business & Sales program at Midway University seeks to prepare students to enterand/or continue their careers in the equine industry. Through academic preparation in theories andmethods, students acquire the basis on which to make decisions affecting horse care. Additionally,with focused studies in marketing and business principles related to the equine industry students areprepared for professional positions within the field.Program Learning Outcomes Implement and assess safe, ethical, and sustainable equine management practices utilizingemerging technologies related to the global equine industry. Demonstrate awareness of the diversity of the equine industry, and acceptance of this diversity. Demonstrate practical knowledge, skills, and work ethic required to be a competent member ofthe equine industry. Utilize knowledge of equine anatomy and physiology to make equine management decisions. Communicate effectively with members of the equine industry.3

RequirementsMajor Course RequirementsIntroduction to Equine Studies - 3 hoursEquine Healthcare Management - 3 hoursEquine Anatomy and Physiology - 3 hoursEquine Behavior - 3 hoursEquine Reproductive Management - 3 hoursEquine Facilities Management - 3 hoursAnimal Ethics, Welfare, Rights, and Law - 3 hoursFinancial Accounting - 3 hoursIntroduction to Marketing Communication - 3 hoursIntroduction to Public Relations - 3 hoursInternal Brand Communication - 3 hoursDigital and Social Media - 3 hoursGeneral Education Hours - 40Elective Hours - 32Total Hours to Complete - 120Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies with a Concentration in EquineManagement - Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies with a Concentration inEquine ManagementType:MajorThe Equine Studies program at Midway University seeks to prepare students to enter the equineindustry. Students have opportunities to work with a variety of horses and to perform multipletasks in a farm setting, thereby learning basic horse handling techniques as well as barn and farmmanagement principles and practices. Through academic preparation in theories and methods,students acquire the basis on which to make decisions affecting horse care; and through morefocused knowledge in science, horse rehabilitation, farm management, and business practices,students prepare for graduate school or for entry-level positions in their choice of professions withinthe equine industry. Students will also have opportunities to apply the knowledge gained in classthrough application on the University’s farm.Applicants to the Equine Studies program (EQS) are admitted into Midway University through theOffice of Admissions as pre-Equine majors.4

Admission CriteriaTo be fully accepted into the Equine Studies major, students must meet the following requirements bythe end of the spring semester of the second academic year: Have completed Biology and Chemistry in high school with grades of C or above, or havecompleted Biology 103/104 or Chemistry 150/151 or higher at Midway University with a minimumgrade of C in order to demonstrate acceptable levels of scientific knowledge. Complete EQS 109 and 111 with a minimum grade of C in order to demonstrate appropriateknowledge of management procedures in the University’s equine facilities as well as work ethic,attitude, and ability to work with others. In addition to scheduled class time, students will berequired to complete additional hours some afternoons during the week and one weekend amonth at the University’s equine facilities. Complete EQS 165 and 215/216 with a minimum grade of C to demonstrate basic understandingof the equine industry and basic equine anatomy and physiology. Demonstrate the ability to handle horses on the ground according to criteria developed by theEquine Studies faculty and staff. Cumulative GPA of 2.5 during first year of attendance. Interview with committee of faculty, staff, and industry professionals.Student Learning Outcomes of ProgramStudents who graduate with a degree in equine studies will be able to: Implement and assess safe, ethical, and sustainable equine management practices utilizingemerging technologies related to the global equine industry. Demonstrate awareness of the diversity of the equine industry, and acceptance of this diversity. Demonstrate practical knowledge, skills, and work ethic required to be a competent member ofthe equine industry. Utilize knowledge of equine anatomy and physiology to make equine management decisions. Communicate effectively with members of the equine industry.RequirementsMajor Course RequirementsEquine Farm Operations I - 4 hoursEquine Farm Operations II - 4 hoursIntroduction to Equine Studies - 3 hoursEquine Healthcare Management - 3 hoursEquine Anatomy and Physiology - 3 hoursEquine Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory - 1 hourFeeds, Feeding and Forages - 3 hours5

Writing in Equine Studies - 3 hoursEquine Behavior - 3 hoursEquine Internship - 3 hoursAnimal Ethics, Welfare, Rights, and Law - 3 hoursEquine Studies Capstone - 3 hoursEquine Senior Seminar - 1 hourConcentration in Equine ManagementEquine Farm Operations Management I - 4 hoursEquine Farm Operations Management II - 4 hoursEquine Reproductive Management - 3 hoursPasture Management - 3 hoursEquine Facilities Management - 3 hoursEquine Facility Design - 3 hoursGeneral Education Hours - 40Elective Hours - 19-23Total Hours to Complete - 120Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies with a Concentration in EquineRehabilitation - Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies with a Concentration inEquine RehabilitationType:MajorThe Equine Studies program at Midway University seeks to prepare students to enter the equineindustry. Students have opportunities to work with a variety of horses and to perform multipletasks in a farm setting, thereby learning basic horse handling techniques as well as barn and farmmanagement principles and practices. Through academic preparation in theories and methods,students acquire the basis on which to make decisions affecting horse care; and through morefocused knowledge in science, horse rehabilitation, farm management, and business practices,students prepare for graduate school or for entry-level positions in their choice of professions withinthe equine industry. Students will also have opportunities to apply the knowledge gained in classthrough application on the University’s farm.Applicants to the Equine Studies program (EQS) are admitted into Midway University through theOffice of Admissions as pre-Equine majors.Admission CriteriaTo be fully accepted into the Equine Studies major, students must meet the following requirements bythe end of the spring semester of the second academic year:6

Have completed Biology and Chemistry in high school with grades of C or above, or havecompleted Biology 103/104 or Chemistry 150/151 or higher at Midway University with a minimumgrade of C in order to demonstrate acceptable levels of scientific knowledge. Complete EQS 109 and 111 with a minimum grade of C in order to demonstrate appropriateknowledge of management procedures in the University’s equine facilities as well as work ethic,attitude, and ability to work with others. In addition to scheduled class time, students will berequired to complete additional hours some afternoons during the week and one weekend amonth at the University’s equine facilities. Complete EQS 165 and 215/216 with a minimum grade of C to demonstrate basic understandingof the equine industry and basic equine anatomy and physiology. Demonstrate the ability to handle horses on the ground according to criteria developed by theEquine Studies faculty and staff. Cumulative GPA of 2.5 during first year of attendance. Interview with committee of faculty, staff, and industry professionals.Student Learning Outcomes of ProgramStudents who graduate with a degree in equine studies will be able to: Implement and assess safe, ethical, and sustainable equine management practices utilizingemerging technologies related to the global equine industry. Demonstrate awareness of the diversity of the equine industry, and acceptance of this diversity. Demonstrate practical knowledge, skills, and work ethic required to be a competent member ofthe equine industry. Utilize knowledge of equine anatomy and physiology to make equine management decisions. Communicate effectively with members of the equine industry.RequirementsMajor Course RequirementsEquine Farm Operations I - 4 hoursEquine Farm Operations II - 4 hoursIntroduction to Equine Studies - 3 hoursEquine Healthcare Management - 3 hoursEquine Anatomy and Physiology - 3 hoursEquine Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory - 1 hourFeeds, Feeding and Forages - 3 hoursWriting in Equine Studies - 3 hoursEquine Behavior - 3 hoursEquine Internship - 3 hoursAnimal Ethics, Welfare, Rights, and Law - 3 hours7

Equine Studies Capstone - 3 hoursEquine Senior Seminar - 1 hourConcentration in Equine RehabilitationEquine Rehabilitation I - 3 hoursEquine Rehabilitation II - 3 hoursIntegrative Performance Clinical - 3 hoursExercise Physiology - 3 hoursExercise Physiology - 3 hoursEquine Rehabilitation III - 3 hoursEastern Medicine - 3 hoursEquine Nutrition and Pharmacology - 3 hoursGeneral Education Hours - 40Elective Hours - 19-23Total Hours to Complete - 120Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies with a Concentration in Science Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies with a Concentration in ScienceType:MajorProgram DescriptionThe Equine Studies program at Midway University seeks to prepare students to enter the equineindustry. Students have opportunities to work with a variety of horses and to perform multipletasks in a farm setting, thereby learning basic horse handling techniques as well as barn and farmmanagement principles and practices. Through academic preparation in theories and methods,students acquire the basis on which to make decisions affecting horse care; and through morefocused knowledge in science, horse rehabilitation, farm management, and business practices,students prepare for graduate school or for entry-level positions in their choice of professions withinthe equine industry. Students will also have opportunities to apply the knowledge gained in classthrough application on the University’s farm.Applicants to the Equine Studies program (EQS) are admitted into Midway University through theOffice of Admissions as pre-Equine majors.Admission CriteriaTo be fully accepted into the Equine Studies major, students must meet the following requirements bythe end of the spring semester of the second academic year:8

Have completed Biology and Chemistry in high school with grades of C or above, or havecompleted Biology 103/104 or Chemistry 150/151 or higher at Midway University with a minimumgrade of C in order to demonstrate acceptable levels of scientific knowledge. Complete EQS 109 and 111 with a minimum grade of C in order to demonstrate appropriateknowledge of management procedures in the University’s equine facilities as well as work ethic,attitude, and ability to work with others. In addition to scheduled class time, students will berequired to complete additional hours some afternoons during the week and one weekend amonth at the University’s equine facilities. Complete EQS 165 and 215/216 with a minimum grade of C to demonstrate basic understandingof the equine industry and basic equine anatomy and physiology. Demonstrate the ability to handle horses on the ground according to criteria developed by theEquine Studies faculty and staff. Cumulative GPA of 2.5 during first year of attendance. Interview with committee of faculty, staff, and industry professionals.Student Learning Outcomes of ProgramStudents who graduate with a degree in equine studies will be able to: Implement and assess safe, ethical, and sustainable equine management practices utilizingemerging technologies related to the global equine industry. Demonstrate awareness of the diversity of the equine industry, and acceptance of this diversity. Demonstrate practical knowledge, skills, and work ethic required to be a competent member ofthe equine industry. Utilize knowledge of equine anatomy and physiology to make equine management decisions. Communicate effectively with members of the equine industry.Students must complete a minimum of 21 hours of courses which meet the prerequisiterequirements for graduate studies in veterinary or animal sciences at the universities ofinterest. These are typically courses from the sciences (Biology, Chemistry and Physics),mathematics, and select Equine Studies courses. Students are encouraged to use additionalcourses in these areas to complete the elective requirements.RequirementsMajor Course RequirementsEquine Farm Operations I - 4 hoursEquine Farm Operations II - 4 hoursIntroduction to Equine Studies - 3 hoursEquine Healthcare Management - 3 hoursEquine Anatomy and Physiology - 3 hoursEquine Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory - 1 hour9

Feeds, Feeding and Forages - 3 hoursWriting in Equine Studies - 3 hoursEquine Behavior - 3 hoursEquine Internship - 3 hoursAnimal Ethics, Welfare, Rights, and Law - 3 hoursEquine Studies Capstone - 3 hoursEquine Senior Seminar - 1 hourConcentration in Science (Minimum 20 hours required)Microbiology - 3 hoursMicrobiology Laboratory - 1 hourCell Biology - 3 hoursHistology - 2 hoursHistology Laboratory - 2 hoursGenetics and Molecular Biology - 3 hoursImmunology - 3 hoursImmunology Laboratory - 1 hourGenetics and Molecular Biology Laboratory - 1 hourOrganic Chemistry I - 3 hoursOrganic Chemistry Laboratory I - 1 hourOrganic Chemistry II - 3 hoursOrganic Chemistry Laboratory II - 1 hourBiochemistry - 3 hoursBiochemistry Laboratory - 1 hourEquine and Comparative Anatomy and Physiology - 3 hoursAnimal Nutrition - 3 hoursPhysics I - 3 hoursPhysics Laboratory I - 1 hourGeneral Education Hours - 40Elective Hours - 19-23Total Hours to Complete - 120Equine Studies Minor - Equine Studies MinorType:Minor10

The minor in Equine Studies will provide students with the knowledge needed to obtain a position inan equine-related field that requires a degree or special training in another field of study. The minorwill be beneficial for students pursuing a career in equine-assisted activities as well as for studentsinterested in attending post-graduate programs in animal/equine science or veterinary school.RequirementsMinor RequirementsEquine Farm Operations I - 4 hoursEquine Farm Operations II - 4 hoursIntroduction to Equine Studies - 3 hoursEquine Anatomy and Physiology - 3 hoursEquine Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory - 1 hourChoose one of the following courses:Feeds, Feeding and Forages - 3 hoursEquine Reproductive Management - 3 hoursEquine Behavior - 3 hoursEquine and Comparative Anatomy and Physiology - 3 hoursPasture Management - 3 hoursAnimal Nutrition - 3 hoursExercise Physiology - 3 hoursEquine Nutrition and Pharmacology - 3 hoursElective Hours - 0Total Hours to Complete - 18Last updated: 03/11/2022Midway University512 E. Stephens Street, Midway, KY 403471.800.952.412211

Utilize knowledge of equine anatomy and physiology to make equine management decisions. Communicate effectively with members of the equine industry. Requirements Major Course Requirements Equine Farm Operations I - 4 hours Equine Farm Operations II - 4 hours Introduction to Equine Studies - 3 hours Equine Healthcare Management - 3 hours

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