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Agricultural Education

Majoring in Agricultural Education gives you the opportunity to impact lives by connecting with people. Understanding how to work with people in business and education provides you with a diverse and versatile set of skills. In our Agricultural Education program, you will learn how to motivate, supervise, coach, educate, and train others in a variety of classroom and/or business settings.

You will complete classes in applied economics, physical and biological sciences, humanities, and communications. In addition, you will take technical agriculture, natural resources, and food systems courses. Professional courses in Agricultural Education and Human Resource Development prepare you to be a well-prepared teacher or business professional.

Agricultural Education offers two exciting specializations:


Academic Planning

For Program Requirements and curriculum info, see this Ag Ed page.

University Catalog (current requirements for this major)

Resources and Links

Department of Agricultural Education

Ag Ed Undergraduate Programs

Career Info

Ag Club and Involvement Opportunities

Contact Us

Academic Advisor
See CFANS Advisors list.

Major Coordinator
See CFANS Major Coordinators list.