Agricultural Education and Communication Master's Degree
The agricultural education and communication master's degree enables students to gain knowledge of the development of agricultural and extension education in the United States, research methods, principles of teaching and learning and program planning and evaluation.
This program is offered through AG*IDEA, a national consortium of universities offering programs and courses in agriculture disciplines.
Careers in Agricultural Education and Communication
A master's degree in agricultural education and communication makes it possible to pursue the following careers:
- classroom teacher
- extension educator
- agricultural museum curator
- curriculum developer
- environmental educator
- congressional staffer
- educational specialist
- communications professional
- program manager
- sales associate
- international agricultural development specialist
- outreach coordinator
Kansas State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
The agricultural education and communication master's degree is offered through the Department of Communications and Agricultural Education in the College of Agriculture.