Agricultural Leadership M.S.

This program is no longer accepting new students. 

Are you interested in working in agricultural business, education, extension education, or other agriculture-related fields? The agriculture leadership degree will help you become skilled at developing and implementing programs that prepare others for the agricultural industry.

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Degree Overview

This program is no longer accepting new students.

Our master’s program has only two required courses, providing you with great flexibility to create a program that best meets your learning needs. Most students distribute their courses as follows:

REQUIRED COURSES 18 hrs
  • Methods of Teaching
  • Nature of Adult Education
  • Workforce Education
  • Practicum
  • Research
  • Leading Career & Technical Organization
Specialty Area 9 Hrs

Work with your advisor to select the most appropriate courses for you to complete within the area of agriculture.

ADVISOR APPROVED COURSES – 6 HRS

Consult with your advisor to create the most appropriate courses for you to complete from areas such as agronomy & soils, entomology & plant pathology, or poultry & food science.

Adult Education Courses
CURRICULUM MODEL 
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Admissions

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Faculty

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Cost & Financial Support

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE
  • James E. & Maria Martinez Witte Annual Fellowship
    • Current or incoming graduate student
    • Pursuing degree in Adult Education program
  • Dr. William A. Spencer Annual Fellowship
    • Graduate student in EFLT
    • Minimum 3.0 GPA
    • Exhibits exceptional promise and leadership in one of the areas of the EFLT Department
  • JoAnn Granberry Murrell
    • Fully admitted to College of Education
    • Part-time or Full-time student
    • Enrolled in EFLT program
    • Demonstrate financial need
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