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Complete all of the following management & leadership training courses (1 cr, 5-cr-equiv):

  • AWPE 109 Introduction to Equine Studies (0 cr, 2-cr-equiv)
  • AWPE 209 Leadership & Barn Management (0 cr, 2-cr-equiv), prereq: AWPE 109
  • AWPE 247 CPR First Aid & Emergency Management (1 cr)

Complete any of the instructor program courses a total of three times (3 cr):

  • AWPE 308 Stables Instructor I (1 cr) prereq: AWPE 109 & 209
  • AWPE 309 Stables Instructor II (1 cr) prereq: AWPE 109, 209, & Senior standing

Complete one of the following culminating experiences (0-3 cr, 1-6-cr-equiv):

  • Serve on Barn Staff for two semesters (taken as AWPE 409-0 cr, 6-cr-equiv)
  • Instruct AWPE 109 & 209 for four semesters (taken as AWPE 309-(1 cr )
  • Complete an applicable internship or research experience approved by Barn Staff & the program convener (1-3 cr).

Complete two of the following curricular electives (6-8 cr):

  • AWPE 342 Kinesiology (3 cr)
  • BIOL 346 Vertebrate Zoology (4 cr), prereq: BIOL 111 & 226
  • BIOL 357 Animal Behavior (4 cr), prereq: BIOL 111
  • ECON 103 Introduction to Microeconomics (3 cr)
  • EDUC 290 Public Speaking (3 cr)
  • ENSU 210 Outdoor & Environmental Education (3 cr)
  • MGMT 141 World of Business (3 cr)
  • MGMT 200 Financial Accounting (3 cr)
  • MGMT 211 Leadership: Theory & Practice (3 cr)
  • MGMT 260 Contemporary Sports Management (3 cr) prereq: Sophomore standing
  • MGMT 312 Leadership & Change (3 cr) prereq: MGMT 141 & Sophomore standing
  • MGMT 342 Leadership & Dealing with Differences (3 cr)
  • MGMT 368 Business Communication (3 cr)
  • PAGS 343 Conflict Resolution (3 cr)
  • PSYC 358 Human-Animal Interactions (3 cr), prereq: PSYC 115/116 & PSYC 245, or Junior standing
  • PSYC 372 Psychology of Sport (3 cr) prereq: Sophomore standing
  • Other courses may fulfill this requirement with the approval of the program convener and Barn Staff.

Earlham College, an independent, residential college, aspires to provide the highest-quality undergraduate education in the liberal arts and sciences, shaped by the distinctive perspectives of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

Earlham College
801 National Road West
Richmond, Indiana
47374-4095
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