What will I learn?
Horses have a unique role in Wyoming’s tourism and recreation industries among others. Management of equine facilities is critical to the success of businesses in areas such as horse boarding, training and recreation.
LCCC's equine program is hands-on, teaching students practical skills including:
- Equine growth, development, reproduction and nutrition
- Business and management for the equine industry
- Horse training and behavior
This program includes an equine internship.
The Equine Management Credit Diploma prepares students for work in the field of equine training and management. Students will gain an overall understanding of equine anatomy, physiology, nutritional needs, and proper evaluation of a horse. Students will gain knowledge and skills necessary to prepare them for an internship in their chosen field, which will ultimately prepare them for work in the equine industry in careers such as managing a horse boarding, training or recreation facility.
Available at the Cheyenne main campus.
What can I do with this degree?
Graduates may find jobs as:
Visit Career Coach for additional information about Animal Breeders.
Visit Career Coach for additional information about Farmworkers, Farm, Ranch, and Aquacultural Animals.
Visit Career Coach for additional information about First-Line Supervisors of Animal Husbandry and Animal Care Workers.
Visit LCCC's Career Services to explore resources for selecting a program pathway and career/job data.
Whether an equine major, or any other major on campus, LCCC students have the opportunity to participate in ag and equine activities outside of the classroom. Students may participate in clubs like the livestock show team, livestock judging team, ranch horse team, block and bridle club, intercollegiate horse show association team and rodeo team in addition to industry field trips and internships.
Cost of Attendance
For general college expense, students view LCCC’s tuition and fees Web page. There are additional fees for certain courses involving horses.