Bachelor of Science B.S. Degree
The Equine Industry and Business degree option in Agribusiness provides students a balance of business and scientific subject matter integrated with technical and practical skills as they pertain to the horse and related industries. All facets of the industry are addressed including production, race, recreation, show and equine-related service industries. Student training is built around a solid foundation of course work in communication, science and business. These courses combined with supplemental activities are designed to develop a fundamental base of scientific and business knowledge plus strong critical thinking, problem solving, interpersonal communication and leadership skills. Instruction is provided by internationally renowned and respected faculty members equipped with the latest information and technology.
Majors in agriculture include University core requirements, department core requirements, agricultural science core requirements, and major requirements specified under each degree option and total 120 semester credit hours. Students must maintain at least a 2.0 grade point average (GPA) for all courses at WTAMU counted toward the degree. At least 36 semester hours of credit must be earned from upper-level (3000- and 4000-level) courses.
Select BIOL 1413 and CHEM 1405 or 1411, MATH 1314 and AGBE 2317 to satisfy core curriculum requirements.
Department Core (13–16 hours)*
*If AGBE 2317 is used to meet University core requirements, department core is 13 hours.
Business Component (24 hours with a minimum of two AGBE courses)
Agriculture Component (16 hours)
Equine Component (19 hours)
Electives (5-7 hours)
For Additional Information Please Contact:
Dr. John Pipkin at email@example.com
Dr. Lance Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Amanda Love at email@example.com