Equine Assisted Activites and Therapies
Required Credits: 18
|ANSC 210||Introduction to Therapeutic Horsemanship||3|
|ANSC 260L||Equine Care and Management Practicum||1|
|ANSC 260||Introduction to Equine Studies||2|
|ANSC 261||Basic Equitation & Horsemanship||1|
|ANSC 361||Intermediate Horsemanship||1|
|ANSC 310||Principles of Therapeutic Horsemanship Instruction||3|
|ANSC 410||Therapeutic Horsemanship Teaching Practicum||1|
|Electives: Select 6 credits from the following (Please note some courses below require a prerequisite that may not be listed):||6|
|Life Span Development|
|Prenatal, Infant and Toddler Development|
|Adult Development and Aging|
|Introduction To Behavior Modification|
|Psychological Aspects of Drug Use and Abuse|
|Human Anatomy and Physiology I|
|Human Anatomy and Physiology II|
|First Aid & CPR Certification *||0|
American Heart Association or American Red Cross First Aid and CPR Certification
Students must earn their First Aid and CPR certification and present their current cards to the department of Animal Science for verification of this certification. Once verified by the department, the department will submit a waiver form to the Office of Registration and Records as proof of certification completion.
Minor Requirements and Notes:
- A minimum of 8 credits must be taken at NDSU.
- Students must earn a 2.0 minimum GPA for the minor requirements.