The Master of Agriculture degree in Agriculture with an option in Agricultural Education is designed to further develop the knowledge and skills of students preparing for advancement in teaching, extension, administration, and many other professional careers.
Most students in this program do not wish to conduct an original research study or continue beyond a master's degree.
The master's degree program in agricultural education, with its multiple options, provides a flexible program, which can be tailored to meet each student's unique situation. In addition to the wide variety of professional courses in agricultural education, offerings are also available from all academic departments in the Division, including agricultural economics, biosystems and agricultural engineering, plant and soil science, animal science, biochemistry, entomology and plant pathology. Specialization areas such as educational administration, supervision, counseling, community education, occupational education, adult education, and career education are also available through cooperation with the College of Education.More Information