Agricultural and Extension Education
Master’s DegreeThis program is intended for students desiring advanced study in teaching agriculture in public schools, communications and leadership, or extension education. The curriculum is designed to ensure students develop competence in:
- Communications and leadership;
- Design, operation, and philosophy of agricultural and extension education programs;
- Research and evaluation processes.
- Technical and professional education
Doctor of PhilosophyBeyond the core, doctoral students take four courses covering research design, data analysis, program development, and program evaluation. Additional courses in teaching and learning theory, educational psychology, supervision, administration and leadership, and statistics are recommended. Students will have two fields of specialization consisting of a minimum of 12 to 15 semester hours of coursework each, not counting research. A dissertation is required as part of the graduation requirements.
Chair and Professor of Agricultural and Extension Education
4417 Agricultural Sciences