Associate of Science Equine Management Degree
Earn a highly desirable degree and in-demand credential through Florida International College’s Associate of Science in Equine Management program at the world famous Al- Marah Arabian Horse Farm.
Our Associate of Science program provides students with the most up-to date knowledge and practical skills to succeed as an equine professional in the exciting horse industry. In the Al-Marah Equine School, classroom learning occurs in small classes where help is always available. However, the majority of each student’s time is spent on the farm with the horses–the ultimate hands-on environment.
16 Mo. Education
Al-Marah Equine School is an 80-acre breeding, training, and competition farm where you will complete your education.
Earn Your Degree
Earn your 2 Year Associate of Science Degree and be on the path to success in the specialized equine industry.
A Degree + Practical Experience: This includes everything from basic business and sales practices to competition and the production of successful open houses and clinics. The result will be the achievement of an Associate of Science Degree and the practical experience to be a genuine asset in your first job after graduating.
Get Your Associate of Science Degree in 16 Months
Practical Interactions to provide first-hand experience at a world famous farm…
Graduates of the Florida International College Equine Management program have the opportunity to take a variety of employment tracks in the horse industry. Your classroom and unique hands-on experience will provide a platform for jobs such as an assistant trainer, assistant farm manager, assistant breeding farm manager, riding instructor, retail sales position in pharmaceuticals, feed, clothing, tack and equipment, farm and ranch equipment and a host of other related positions.
World Champion Trainers
Your Personal Interests and Your Equine Management education opens the door to diverse employment opportunities within the horse industry. Extracurricular experience available within the program, in the saddle and on the farm.
Courses & Credits
|Semester 1||Credit Hours||Semester 2||Credit Hours|
|Intro to Equine Management||3||Equine Confirmation and Judging||4|
|Equine Anatomy and Physiology||4||Equine Disease and Lameness||4|
|Horsemanship and Equitation I||3||Horsemanship and Equitation II||3|
|English Composition I||3||College Algebra||3|
|General Psychology||3||Fundamentals of Speech||3|
|Total Credit Hours||16||Total Credit Hours||17|
|Semester 3||Credit Hours||Semester 4||Credit Hours|
|Equine Nutrition||3||Reproduction and Genetics||4|
|Equine Training & Conditioning I||3||Equine Sales and Marketing||3|
|Equine Business Management||3||Equine Training & Conditioning II||3|
|Equine Farm & Stable Practicum I||3||Equine Farm & Practicum II||3|
|Cross Cultural Communication||3||Equine Capstone||3|
|Total Credit Hours||15||Total Credit Hours||16|