P. Troy White, Assistant Professor
Department of Teaching, Learning, and Leadership
Wenona Hall 106
The Master’s degree in Agricultural Education is designed to meet the needs of individuals who work (or plan to work) in agricultural education, non-profit organizations, post-secondary education or in agriculture leadership. The department of Teaching, Learning, and Leaderships provides professional preparation for those who want to expand their knowledge and advance themselves professionally in the agricultural industry.
Students are able to choose from either a program in which only coursework is required or a program in which they must complete a research project or creative component. If a student elects to completed a thesis (Plan A) the program will include 30 credit hours. If a student elects to complete a creative component (Plan B), the student must complete a minimum of 32 credit hours in order to graduate. If a full coursework option is selected (Plan C), the student must complete a minimum of 36 credit hours.
Accreditation, Certification, Licensure
This program can lead to alternative certification in agricultural education at the secondary level in South Dakota.
Course Delivery Format
The program can be completed online through the Brookings Campus. Some course offerings will be available face to face.