Student ID:__________________________ Student Name:_______________________ Adviser Name:_______________________ General Catalog: College Catalog 2019-2020 Program: Horse Training & Management, A.A.S. Minimum Credits Required:__________________

Horse Training & Management, A.A.S.

Total degree hours: 65

The A.A.S. in HTM - Horse Training and Management degree is arranged in a sequence of courses designed to effectively combine theory with practical experience. Therefore, students may enter the program only during the fall semester and are expected to progress through the sequence of courses within a two-year period. In addition to satisfying the 15 credits of general education requirements of the A.A.S. degree, students are tasked to “green break” at least three colts and specialize train one additional horse. Finally, after successful completion of their coursework, students must complete an internship with a trainer of their choice to finish their degree(s). 

Program graduates will be able to: 

1. Effectively demonstrate proficiency in chores and tasks required for working safely in a barn environment.

2. Illustrate and apply professional employability skills, such as the importance of being 

timely and providing quality care for animals.

3. Describing and executing the task of saddling a colt.

4. Discuss and exhibit the task of bridling a colt.

5. Produce evidence that they can manage a colt through the processes of walking, trotting and loping.

6. Demonstrate the ability to produce and perform a showmanship pattern with colts, demonstrating groundwork progression. 

General Education: (15 credits)

Written Communication: (3 Credits)

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
ENG 115 - Technical English and Communication Credits: 3(3-0)

     or higher level ENG course

Oral Communication: (3 credits)

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
COM 115 - Public Speaking Credits: 3(3-0)

Mathematics: (3 credits)

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
MAT 107 - Career Math Credits: 3(3-0)

     or higher level MAT course

Select a minimum of six (6) credits from the following list of approved courses:

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
ACC 121 - Accounting Principles I or higher Credits: 4(3-1)
AGB 120 - Agricultural Salesmanship Credits: 3 (3-0)
AGB 218 - Computerized Farm Records Credits: 3(3-0)
AGE 102 - Agriculture Economics: GT-SS1 or higher Credits: 3(3-0)
AGR 100 - Freshman Agriculture Orientation or higher Credits: .5(.5-0)
AGY 100 - General Crop Production or higher Credits: 4(3-1)
ANT 101 - Cultural Anthropology: GT-SS3 Credits: 3(3-0)
ANT 111 - Biological Anthropology with Laboratory: GT-SC1 Credits: 4 (3-1)
ART 110 - Art Appreciation: GT-AH1 Credits: 3(3-0)
ART 111 - Art History: Ancient to Medieval: GT-AH1 Credits: 3(3-0)
ART 112 - Art History: Renaissance to Modern: GT-AH1 Credits: 3(3-0)
ASC 100 - Animal Science Credits: 3(3-0)
ASC 225 - Feeds and Feeding Credits: 4(3-1)
ASC 250 - Live Animal and Carcass Evaluation Credits: 3(1-2)
ASC 288 - Livestock Practicum Credits: 2(1-1)
AST 101 - Astronomy I: GT-SC1 or higher Credits: 4(3-1)
BIO 105 - Science of Biology: GT-SC1 or higher Credits: 4(3-1)
BUS 115 - Introduction to Business or higher Credits: 3(3-0)
CHE 105 - Chemistry in Context with Lab: GT-SC1 or higher Credits: 5 (4-1)
CIS 115 - Introduction to Computer Information Systems Credits: 3(2-1)
CIS 124 - Intro to Operating Systems Credits: 3(2-1)
CIS 145 - Complete PC Database Credits: 3(2-1)
CIS 155 - PC Spreadsheet Concepts: MS Excel Credits: 3(2-1)
CIS 268 - Systems Analysis and Design I Credits: 3(2-1)
EDU 221 - Introduction to Education or higher Credits: 3(3-0)
ENG 121 - English Composition I: GT-CO1 or higher Credits: 3(3-0)
GEO 105 - World Regional Geography: GT-SS2 or higher Credits: 3(3-0)
GEY 111 - Physical Geology: GT-SC1 Credits: 4(3-1)
GEY 112 - Historical Geology: GT-SC1 Credits: 4(3-1)
HIS 101 - History of Western Civilization I: GT-HI1 or higher Credits: 3(3-0)
HUM 121 - Humanities: Early Civilization: GT-AH2 or higher Credits: 3(3-0)
HWE 100 - Human Nutrition Credits: 3(3-0)
HWE 124 - Fitness and Wellness Credits: 2(2-0)
JOU 105 - Intro to Mass Media: GT-SS3 or higher Credits: 3(3-0)
LIT 115 - Introduction to Literature I: GT-AH2 or higher Credits: 3(3-0)
MAN 116 - Principles of Supervision or higher Credits: 3(3-0)
MAR 111 - Principles of Sales or higher Credits: 3(3-0)
MAT 108 - Technical Mathematics or higher Credits: 4(4-0)
MUS 120 - Music Appreciation: GT-AH1 or higher Credits: 3(3-0)
PED 100 - Fitness Concepts or higher.  ( A maximum of 4 credits of PED prefixed courses may apply. Credits: 1(0-1)
PHI 111 - Introduction to Philosophy: GT-AH3 or higher Credits: 3(3-0)
PHY 105 - Conceptual Physics with Lab: GT-SC1 or higher Credits: 4(2-2)
POS 105 - Introduction to Political Science: GT-SS1 or higher Credits: 3(3-0)
PSY 101 - General Psychology I: GT-SS3 Credits: 3(3-0)
PSY 102 - General Psychology II: GT-SS3 Credits: 3(3-0)
SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology I: GT-SS3 Credits: 3(3-0)
SOC 102 - Introduction to Sociology II: GT-SS3 Credits: 3(3-0)
SPA 101 - Conversational Spanish I or higher Credits: 3(3-0)
THE 105 - Theatre Appreciation: GT-AH1 or higher Credits: 3(3-0)
VET 140 - Veterinary Science I Credits: 4 (1-3)
VET 141 - Veterinary Science II Credits: 4 (4-0)
VET 180 - Internship Credits: 12 (0-12)
WEL 103 - Basic Shielded Metal Arc I Credits: 4(1-3)

Other gtPathways (GT) courses are available through CCCOnline

Required Courses: (50 credits)

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
ASC 245 - Equine Evaluation Credits: 3(2-1)
CIS 118 - Introduction to PC Applications Credits: 3(2-1)
EQM 151 - Horse Production Credits: 4(4-0)
EQM 158 - Equine Reproduction Credits: 2(2-0)
EQM 251 - Equine Management Credits: 3(3-0)
HTM 152 - Basic Care and Training Credits: 7(0-7)
HTM 154 - Advanced Performance Training Credits: 8(0-8)
HTM 253 - Specialized Training Credits: 7(0-7)
HTM 260 - Introduction to Internship Credits: 1(1-0)
HTM 280 - Horse Training & Management Internship Credits: 12(0-12)
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