WOOSTER, Ohio — Whether you’re a horse owner or just a horse fanatic who can’t get enough of anything horse-related, you can take advantage of online equine courses at Ohio State ATI in Wooster, Ohio.
The two equine courses planned for spring semester are horse health and disease, and horse breeding and selection.
Horse health and disease is a study of equine disease, lameness, and emergency first aid with emphasis on preventative health care and the manager’s role with the veterinary professional.
Horse breeding and selection teaches the principles of equine breeding management with emphasis on applied equine reproductive physiology, breeding methods, breeding stock management, and basic genetics and selection.
Both courses include a hands-on lab that will meet every other week in Wooster; however, students have the option of enrolling as a continuing education student (a student who is not pursuing a degree) and taking part in the online portion only.
Classes begin Jan. 11, 2021, and there is still time to enroll. For more information about these and other spring semester courses, contact ATI’s Office of Business Training and Educational Services at 330-287-7511 or visit ati.osu.edu/spring21
Ohio State ATI is located at The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) at Wooster. In keeping with Ohio State’s land-grant mission, ATI provides affordable, accessible associate degree programs that lead directly to employment or bachelor’s degrees.
— Ohio State University CFAES
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