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Bachelor's Degree in Agricultural Education

Develop a broad understanding of agriculture and agricultural sciences in preparation to teach students at the secondary and post-secondary level.

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Bachelor's Degree in Agricultural Education

B.S. in agricultural education; minor

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.


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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.


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