Agricultural Education (M.S.)
Master of Science. Major in Agricultural Education.
Both thesis and non-thesis options are offered. The M.S. (non-thesis) is a terminal program designed to provide a broader preparation than the M.S. with thesis. Of the minimum of 30 credits required under the non-thesis option, at least 18 must be in courses at the 500s level and the remainder may include 400s level courses in the majors and 300s and 400s level courses in supporting areas. A professional paper is optional at the discretion of the candidate's supervisory committee. A comprehensive examination is required which may be written and/or oral.
- Students will develop philosophical views of agricultural education, communication, and leadership.
- Students will disseminate information through both oral and written platforms.
- Students will develop professionally through completion of an individualized professional growth plan.
- Students will evaluate research in agricultural education, leadership, and communications.
- Students will develop plans for individualized content knowledge growth in agricultural education, communications, and/or leadership.