Horses, Humans and Health, Minor
This interdisciplinary minor offers students a chance to explore the horse-human-health connection through various professions and perspectives. Students interested in working in the equine industry may pair this minor with any major to develop their interests and career paths. An elective in human development offers students the ability to tailor their academic study to individual needs. A student may complete this minor by taking 18 hours (including prerequisites/corequisites) as indicated below.
|Horse and Human Co-Occupation:
|Equine Assisted Therapeutic Recreation 1
|Choose from one of the following:
|Introduction to Horses
|Light Horse Production and Management 1
|Equine Assisted Activity
|Topics in Animal Studies (topic: the horse) 1
|Choose from one elective in human development of the following:
|Child Development: Conception-Eight Years
|Child and Adolescent Development
|Family Dynamics in Adulthood and Aging
|Health Across the Lifespan
|Occupation Across the Lifespan 1
|Lifespan Developmental Psych.
|Special Education Introduction
Indicates the course may have prerequisites or corequisites.