The Department of Agricultural Education is in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. The programs of study in Agricultural Education prepare students for entering careers working with people in a variety of settings. These positions require preparation in basic sciences, technical agriculture, knowledge of the principles and techniques of the teaching-learning process, communication skills, and the ability to work with people. Degree ProgramsUndergraduate DegreeBachelor of Science in Agriculture Technology Management Education (AGTE)
- Agricultural Education (Teaching)
- Agricultural Systems Managment (Yuma-based program)
- Agricultural Technology Managment
Graduate Degree Master of Science
- Professional Agriculture
Master of Agricultural Education
- Master of Agricultural Education - Career & Technical Education
- Master of Agricultural Education - Accelerated Program
- Master of Agricultural Education - Practitioner
Student Learning Outcomes for the AGTE Undergraduate Major
1. Explain personal protection equipment (PPE) used agriculture technology facilitie
2. Identify appropriate processes used in projects fabricated from materials such as steel, wood, polyvinyl chloride.
3. Build electrical circuits for both alternating current (AC) systems and direct current (DC) systems.
Specific outcomes are noted for each of the undergraduate and graduate programs.