Agriculture and Life Sciences Education combines food, agriculture, and life sciences with social sciences and communications. Some students choose the teacher certification option while others choose the communications option. Graduates enter a variety of agricultural careers that include working with people in agriculture, such as education, extension, agribusiness and public agencies.
The department offers a minor in Agriculture & Life Sciences Education which may be earned by completion of a minimum of 15 credits, with a minimum of two courses at the 400 level. Find more information here.
Previous catalog year curricula can be found in the catalog archive.