The Agricultural Education, Communication, and Leadership major is a multidisciplinary program that provides a strong foundation in agricultural sciences. The major allows students the flexibility to select a plan of study based on their interests and skills by choosing one of three specializations: Agricultural Education , Communication , or Leadership .
Students in the Agricultural Education, Communication and Leadership (B.S.) - Agricultural Education Specialization will complete a professional education curriculum, as well as supportive instruction in technical agriculture, basic science, and other competencies. Graduates of the Education Specialization will qualify for a secondary teaching certificate, and will also be prepared for a variety of careers in the agricultural industry.
Graduates of the Agricultural Education, Communication and Leadership (B.S.) - Communication Specialization will be well prepared for employment in journalism, promotion and marketing, sales, and other career opportunities.
The Agricultural Education, Communication and Leadership (B.S.) - Leadership Specialization requires courses in leadership skills development, basic science, and agriculture, and allows considerable flexibility for students to choose supporting elective courses. Graduates of the Leadership Specialization will pursue careers of service to such entities as agricultural commodity organization, breed associations, community development organizations, government, and businesses.
For further information about the major contact the College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Sciences .