Students may select one or more minors.  The minors are designed to provide opportunities for in depth study outside of the major field of study.  Students are encouraged to venture out into disciplines that are unrelated to their major field of study.  Courses required by the major, which are outside of the primary field of study, may be used to satisfy requirements for the minor.

Archaeology Equine Management Mathematics
Art History Equine Reproduction Music
Athletic Coaching Ethics Peace and  Conflict Studies
Biology Exercise and Sport Science Philosophy  
Business Film Studies Political Science
Chemistry French Psychology
Computer Science German Religion
Dance Historic Preservation Sociology
Economics History Spanish
English International Studies Sport Management
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Mngmt Latin Studio Art
Environmental Science Management Information Systems Women's Studies

Equestrian Teaching

 • Mass Communications  
Equestrian Training    


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