THE DEPARTMENT OF    COMMUNITY &    LEADERSHIP    DEVELOPMENT

                   UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS                            GRADUATE PROGRAMS

 

Inspiring Our Students with a Vision

The Department offers a BS degree in Community Communications and Leadership Development (CCLD) and, along with Family Studies, a joint BS degree in Career and Technical Education (CTE). The CCLD degree has options in Agricultural Communications and Public Service and Leadership while the CTE degree has options in Agricultural Education and Family and Consumer Sciences Education. At the graduate level, the Department offers a MS degree in Career, Technical, and Leadership Education (CTLE) with options in Career and Technical Education and Community and Leadership Development. The department also actively supports the Rural Sociology & Development specialty.

 

Undergraduate Programs

The Department of Community and Leadership Development supports two undergraduate degrees.  Within each of these programs there are two options, offering students a wide variety of employment opportunities.

Students can earn a B.S. degree in
Community Communications and Leadership Development (CCLD) and specialize in either Agricultural Communications or Public Service and Leadership.   The CCLD program is housed entirely in the department.  

Students can also choose a B.S. degree in Career and Technical Education and specialize in either Agricultural Education within our department or Family and Consumer Sciences Education within the Department of Family Studies.  

Prospective students and those wanting to learn more about each of these specialties can follow the respective links below


For questions about the CCLD Undergraduate Program, contact:
Dr. Deborah Witham
Director of Undergraduate Studies

 For questions about the Ag Ed Undergraduate Program, contact:
Dr. Robin Peiter Horstmeier
Director of Undergraduate Studies, Ag  Education


 

Graduate Programs

The Master of Science degree in Career, Technical and Leadership Education includes both a Community and Leadership Development (CLD) option and a Career and Technical Education (CTE) option. In either option, students have considerable flexibility in planning a program that meets individual needs.

For more information please see our: 

CTLE Program options:

Specific requirements for each of the options can be found:

The department also actively supports the

within the Sociology graduate program. Rural Sociology graduate  students have a wide range of opportunities to design innovative programs of study for the M.A., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees. More information can be found by clicking this specialty.

 


For questions about the CTLE Graduate Program, contact:
Dr. Randy Weckman
Director of Graduate Studies

 

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