CONNECTICUT EQUINE PROGRAMS
The University of Connecticut
is located in Storrs, Mansfield, Connecticut, and offers an A.A.S. in Equine Science through the School of Agriculture. Course work includes Horse Science, Agricultural Mechanics, Light Horse Training, Methods of Equitation Instruction, and Equine Management.
UConn maintains a herd of approximately 85 Morgan Horses, has indoor and outdoor facilities, and a Main barn with 55 stalls.
The University is also a land grant school and maintains the USDA
Horse Extension and 4H Program.
The University also has a competitve
is located in Waterbury, Connecticut, and offers a B.S. in Equine Business Management. The course work includes Equine Nutrition, Anatomy and Physiology, Facility Design, Equine Business Ethics, Business Law, Accounting, Hoof Care, and Equine Medical Management. See the complete
Equine Program Brochure.
The school also offers a Certificate in Equine Law and a Certificate as an Equine Veterinary Assistant. A
Certificate in Equine Husbandry
is offered through Evening Classes. There are also opportunities to study abroad and achieve Certification the the British Horse Society.
Equestrian and Dressage Teams
offer competition with other colleges.
is a four-year university located in fairfield, Connecticut. Fairfield does not offer an equine degree, but does have a competitve