in Agricultural Education
at the Clemson University
will prepare you for employment in education in agriculture which will include schools and colleges, business, trade and professional associations and government agencies. You will receive a solid grounding in all areas related to agriculture, including natural resources, natural science, social science, products and production, forestry, horticulture and other areas.
masters students: Designed for individuals desiring advanced study in teaching agriculture in public schools, communications and leadership, extension education, or environmental technology. You will typically learn to develop competence in the areas of communications and leadership, design, operation and philosophy of agricultural and environmental education programs, and in research and evaluation processes