There are several specializations offered in the Agricultural Education unit. Students desiring to become certified to teach agriculture in junior and senior high schools will follow the curriculum plan under Agricultural Education.
Since Agricultural Education majors are viewed by industry as good communicators, a specialization in Agricultural Communications has been developed. Students who major in Ag Communications will prepare for careers in such areas as broadcasting, public relations, advertising, photo journalism, web design, and more.
Agricultural Education majors are well-rounded in the many aspects of agriculture; including plant science, animal science, ag economics, and ag mechanics. In keeping with this all-inclusive approach to learning, a specialization in General Agriculture provides maximum flexibility in designing and structuring a course of study to meet the students’ individual needs. The successful student in the Gen Ag specialization will build a course of study that will qualify each student for his/her chosen profession.
Click on the items in the "Quick Links" area to view the course outlines for each specialization. Ag Education students should also view the link for special instructions about transferring from a community college.