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Colleges & Universities

 If you are interested in becoming a collegiate collaborative partner, email the EAGALA University Committee at university@eagala.org.

The following colleges and universities provide EAGALA-related educational opportunities:

Carroll College - Helena, Montana

Carroll College offers the first Bachelor of Arts degree in a subspecialty of human-animal studies. Housed within the College's department of psychology, the Human-Animal Bond Degree Program focuses on  the beneficial relationship between individuals and animals.  By grounding this innovative bachelor's degree within the social science of psychology, Carroll College has developed a new frontier for students and practicing professionals who are interested in working with animals in a social service setting, and advancing the academic discipline of Human-Animal Studies.  Offers canine and equine tracks.

EAGALA Education:  Carroll College students will receive 1 credit hour each for the EAGALA Part 1 and Part 2 trainings. Upon completion of the EAGALA Part 1 and Part 2 trainings, and submission of a Professional Development Portfolio, students will be certified by EAGALA in Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Learning and receive a 2-year membership with that certification.

Special Discount:  Carroll College students will receive an additional $100 discount off the already discounted student rate for the Part 1 and Part 2 trainings (Part 1: $400 and Part 2: $450 includes the Carroll College discount).  Students need to submit student card with their training registration to receive discount.

For more information:  http://www.carroll.edu/academics/majors/hab/, or Dr. Anne Perkins: 406-447-4329, habws@carroll.edu