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Agricultural Education

Why Ag Education?

  • If you want to be a certified high school educator in Agricultural Education
  • If you desire to lead a local FFA chapter
  • If you want to be a 4-H Extension Specialist
  • If you want a career helping others learn about the evolving world of agribusiness, agricultural production, and agricultural sciences

Agriculture Educators are in High Demand

This is a Bachelor of Science of Education in High School Ed, which means 47 hours of your degree will come from the College of Education while 54 hours comes from the Department of Agriculture with an Agriculture focus to prepare you for educating the youth of the area.

Course Offerings

Take exciting course work such as:

AG 302 Agricultural Education Planning
AG 303 Agricultural Mechanization
SE 317 Techniques of Teach Agriculture
SE 380 Advanced Field Teaching


(573) 651-2106
Rhodes Hall 102A
Department of Agriculture
One University Plaza, MS 6100
Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701
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