Degree Requirements

Agricultural Education, Professional Development

This option is designed for educators in both classroom and non-formal settings who wish to continue their professional development.

Students with a non-teaching baccalaureate degree seeking initial teacher licensure as agricultural education instructors should consider the Initial Teaching Licensure in Agricultural Education.

Professional Development in Agricultural Education

Degree Requirements

Professional Education, 7 credits
TED 740 History, Philosophy and Multicultural Education, 4 credits
TED 750 Advanced Educational Psychology, 3 credits
or TED 760 Methods of Research, 3 credits

Specialization, 20-21 credits
AGED 781 Graduate Seminar, 1 credit
AGED 782 Research Seminar I, 1 credit
AGED 783 Research Seminar II, 1 credit
AGED 798 Independent Research, 1-3 credits
or AGED 799 Thesis, 2-3 credits

Specialization Electives, 9-14 credits
AGED electives, 3-6 credits
Selected upon consultation with advisor

Non-Specialization, 3 credits
Elective courses from outside the departments and selected for either professional education or specialization.

For More Information

Dr. Tim Buttles, Program Coordinator
College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Science
Department of Agricultural Education