Bachelor's Degree in Agricultural Education
B.S. in agricultural education
K-State's agricultural education program prepares students to teach agriculture or agricultural sciences in secondary and post-secondary schools. The broad curriculum and emphasis on people skills will prepare you for numerous other careers as well.
Students frequently engage in hands-on learning opportunities outside of the classroom, including campus greenhouses.
The K-State difference
Students are involved in field experiences related to teaching agricultural education in the schools. Many are involved in part-time jobs, international travel, undergraduate research and internships that focus on all areas of education.
The program culminates with an internship teaching agricultural courses and advising students in an FFA chapter.
Students are prepared to apply for a Kansas teaching license or certificate when they graduate. The Kansas teaching license allows graduates to teach in other states while they transition to an in-state license.
Did you know?
Nearly 100 percent of students graduating from K-State with a degree in Ag Education find relevant jobs or choose to continue their education within three months of graduation.
What classes will I take?
While in the program, students study various ag areas including agricultural science, animal science, horticulture, agribusiness, agricultural technology management, leadership, crops, soils and education.
This combination of courses, along with professional education and an emphasis on communication skills, prepares graduates for challenging careers in agriculture.
How can I continue my education?
What can I do with a degree in agricultural education?
With nearly 100 percent job placement, graduates from K-State's agricultural education program often have their pick of careers. Possibilities include:
- Agricultural education teacher
- Extension agent
- Crop consultant
- Educational supervisor
- International agriculture consultant
- Production agriculture major
- Agriculture Sales & Service
The Career Center offers an extensive career library, free assessments for exploring major/careers, job search training, career advising, employer connections, and a staff dedicated to assisting students in the career development process
Additional K-State opportunities
At a public research university like K-State, you'll have direct access to research opportunities from the start. K-State undergraduates have studied sustainable energy, cancer cells, musical lyrics and many other topics alongside nationally renowned faculty at K-State's 90-plus research centers.
Studying in another country not only allows you to experience the wonders of another culture, but it also broadens your horizons and makes you a stronger citizen in our global society. There are more than 85 countries currently participating in K-State's education abroad programs!
Whether you are interested in a career in human or animal health, K-State is a great place to start the journey toward becoming a healthcare professional. You will have a dedicated health professions advisor who will help you navigate the professional school application process for your chosen healthcare field.
Did you know that K-State pre-law students are accepted into law school at a rate substantially exceeding the national average? In preparing for law school, you will work with a dedicated pre-law advisor and select the major of your choice in any department in any college within the university.