Alfred University, Centenary College, and Emory & Henry College are some equestrian colleges. These colleges are acclaimed for their equine education programs and degrees in equine science and equine management. These are three of the best equestrian colleges, according to CollegeApps.About.com.
Alfred University, in Alfred, New York, has an equestrian program that has minors that can be integrated with several majors. It has equine theory classes in equine science, course design, draft horse driving, English and Western riding that are taught at the Bromeley-Daggett Equestrian Center. The Berry College hunt seat and Western equestrian teams compete in IHSA Zone 5, Region 2.
Centenary College is located in Hackettstown, New Jersey, and is one of the most established equestrian colleges in the United States. It offers a bachelor of science in equine studies with applications in equine business management, riding instruction and training, equine science, and communication for the equine industry. It has many equestrian teams, including an Intercollegiate Dressage Association, a hunter/jumper team, hunt seat and Western IHSA teams that participate in Zone 3, Region 3.
Emory & Henry College, in Emory, Virginia, offers a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science in equine studies. It also offers a minor in equine-assisted learning. It has a 120-acre learning center and many top equestrian teams, including an IHSA hunt seat team and an IDA dressage team that have nearly 20 national championships since 2001.