AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION

This concentration is offered in cooperation with the School of Education, and graduates meet certification requirements to teach vocational agriculture. In addition, students may qualify for endorsements in ornamental horticulture and agricultural mechan ics through appropriate use of agricultural and other electives. The curriculum is designed especially to prepare students for professional education careers in agriculture. Graduates are prepared for careers in other segments of the agribusiness industry such as manufacturing and processing services, sales, public relations and communications, and governmental service in federal, state, and local agencies.

Freshman Year

Ag Econ 110 3 Hours
Ag ET 110 3 Hours
An Sci 110 3 Hours
Pl Sci 110 3 Hours
Biol 110-120 8 Hours
Eng 111-112 6 Hours
Math 140 3 Hours
Phys 100 or 211 3 Hours
Elective (Physical Education or Military Science) 2 Hours
Total Hours 34

Sophomore Year

Chem 121-122 8 Hours
An Sci 220 3 Hours
Ag ET 210, 220 6 Hours
Econ 201 3 Hours
Psych 110-120 6 Hours
Micro 251 4 Hours
Elective (Physical Education or Military Science) 2 Hours
Tchr Ed 211 1 Hours
Total Hours 33

Junior Year

Ag Econ 210 3 Hours
Ag ET 370 3 Hours
An Sci 340 3 Hours
An Sci 360 or Pl Sci 431 3 Hours
Ag 450 3 Hours
Read 433 3 Hours
Soil Sc 210 4 Hours
Tchr Ed 301 2 Hours
Tchr Ed 302 (Note 1) 4 Hours
Zool 325 3 Hours
Total Hours 31

Senior Year

Ag Educ 310 (Note 1) 3 Hours
Ag Educ 404 (Note 1) 6 Hours
Ag Educ 405 (Note 1) 6 Hours
Ag Econ 471 3 Hours
Pl Sci 261 3 Hours
Spec Ed 300 3 Hours
Tchr Ed 303 (Note 1) 3 Hours
Tchr Ed 401 (Note 1) 1 Humanities electives (Note 2) 6 Hours
Total Hours 34

NOTE 1: Admission to Teacher Education required. Requirements for Recommendation for Licensure may be found on page 190.

NOTE 2: May be selected from art, foreign language, literature, music, philosophy, religion, and upper division history.


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