The Equitation option is provided for students who have an interest in working in general agriculture and, first and foremost, the horse industry. The equine industry is growing and ever changing. The AAS degree is intended to provide basic, practical, and theoretical grounds from which they can choose a field in the industry. Students work with young horses to acquire knowledge and skills in horsemanship, training, safe horse handling, and husbandry. Furthermore, a background in general agriculture is added to make for a very well rounded individual in knowledge that is important in livestock, feeds, range condition, business, and marketing. The program is also designed for students who plan to pursue an advanced university degree in the field.
|ACTG101||Accounting Procedures I||3|
|AGBE210||Economics of Ag Business||3|
|ANSC100||Intro to Animal Science||3|
|ANSC202||Livestock Feeding and Nutrition||4|
|ANSC265||A&P of Domestic Animals||3|
|ANSC266||A&P of Domestic Animals Lab||1|
|BIOB102||Discover Biology Lab||1|
|BMGT237||Human Relations in Business||3|
|CAPP131||Basic MS Office||3|
|COMX111||Intro to Public Speaking||3|
|EQUH210||Intermediate Western Equitation||3|
|EQUH256||Developing the Young Horse||2|
|EQUS150||Equine Production or||3|
|ANSC262||Range Livestock Production||3|
|M105||Contemporary Math or higher||3|
|NRSM101||Natural Resource Conservation||3|
|NRSM102||Montana Range Plants||3|
|WRIT101||College Writing I||3|
Explore the Dawson Community College catalog for course descriptions.
For more information about this program and plan of study, please refer to the current catalog.