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Undergraduate Program of Study

Bachelor's of Science Degree in Agriculture Education

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Pursuing a Bachelor's of Science (B.S.) in Agricultural Education opens many doors for employment after graduation. Students could pursue careers in or as:

Agricultural Education Teachers (grades 5-12)
Extension Agents (Agriculture/Natural Resources and 4-H)
Agricultural Sales and Service
Human Resources
Public Relations

Students interested in Agricultural Education work with Career and Technical Education at the University of Kentucky. Most teacher preparation coursework is shared with Family and Consumer Sciences Education students, except for Early Field Experience (Practicum) and Student Teaching. Agricultural Education students also take technical agriculture classes in the areas of: Plant Science, Animal Science, Agricultural Engineering, Soil Science and Agricultural Economics.

Degree Requirements

We have recently changed the requirements for a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Agriculture Education. If you entered the program prior to fall of 2011, click here for a list of required classes. If you entered the program during or after fall 2011, click here for a list of required classes. To give you guide to help plan your time here with us at UK, click here to see a four-year plan.



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