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Graduate Work in Agricultural Education

Students working in Agricultural Education toward a graduate degree work in the Career, Technical and Leadership Education graduate program, under the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Option. Although the program is Career and Technical Education, courses are taken in Agricultural Education (prefix AED).

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

Click here for a PDF document on Frequently Asked Questions [PDF]

CTE Coursework and Requirements (revised 8/2007 with EDP 600 substitutions)

  • MS in CTE Program Guide Sheet [PDF]
  • AED Course Descriptions [PDF]
  • MS with Initial Certification (MIC) in CTE Guide Sheet (for Ag Ed) [PDF]
  • MS in CTE Advising Sheet: Thesis Option [Word]
  • MS in CTE Advising Sheet: Creative Component Option [Word]

Committee Selection

  • Internal Program Paperwork to Declare Committee [DOC]
    • Committee Chair should be selected by the completion of 9 hours

Creative Component Option Materials

  • CTLE Program Guide for the Creative Component [PDF] - revised 09/2009

Thesis Option Materials

  • CTLE Program Guide for the Thesis Process [PDF]
  • Preparation of a Thesis (UK Graduate School) [HTML]

Graduation Documentation (To Be Completed the Graduating Semester)

  • Graduate School Forms [HTML]
  • Application for a Graduate Degree (to be filed at the beginning of the semester in which you plan to graduate) [apply through myUK]
  • Request for Master's Degree Final Examination (to be filed with the Graduate School at least 2 weeks prior to the exam) [PDF]
  • Thesis Approval Form (to be completed BEFORE the thesis defense) [PDF]
  • Electronic Thesis Form [PDF]

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Last Updated On: September 27, 2009

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