College of Agriculture

The Option in Agricultural Science and Education

Our agricultural science and education is recommended for students seeking a broad curriculum that covers all facets of agriculture. Subject matter includes agricultural engineering technology, animal sciences, agricultural business management, ornamental horticulture, plant sciences, and natural resources. Teaching and learning environments often include agriculture science laboratories, greenhouses, school farms, agricultural mechanics laboratories, supervised agriculture experience projects, and FFA programs. A bachelor's degree in agricultural science and education is excellent preparation for admission into the agriculture teaching credential program.

Students graduating with a degree in Agriculture/Agriscience and Education are well prepared to enter the teaching credential program. Other career opportunities for graduates are found in: management, training, sales, human resources, communications, and production agriculture.

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Student Activites and Opportunities

Our students in the Agriscience and Education major are engaged in many service activities across the college. Some of the activities directly related to major are FFA Field Day, Parli Pro Contest, Judging Opening & Closing Ceremonies, FFA State Convention Workshops, and the National FFA Convention, and career development events. Many of our students also choose to participate in the Collegiate FFA student club organization on campus.

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