Agricultural teacher education majors focus on instructional strategies and methods to help others learn about the cultivation of life, including plants, farm animals, and other life forms. Students in this major study plant and animal sciences, technology, and food production and utilization along with curriculum design and delivery and classroom management, among other areas.
Students at FVSU can earn a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture degree with a major in agricultural teacher education, in addition to teaching, they pursue careers in agricultural chemical sales, extension services, farm management, processing plant management, ranchers, and government workers.
The program is administered through the College of Agriculture, Family Sciences, and Technology in conjunction with the College of Education and Professional Studies.
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