Department of Agricultural Education, Communications and Leadership
Online Graduate Programs
As a working professional in agriculture, extension education, communications, or leadership it may seem impossible to continue graduate study on campus. The department of Agricultural Education, Communications and Leadership has designed a degree program that enables working professionals to achieve either the Master of Science or Master of Agriculture degree online. All courses are delivered via Desire 2 Learn or Moodle and are completely asynchronous, requiring no visits to campus.
- Agricultural Education Master of Science (M.S.)
- Agricultural Education Master of Agriculture (M.Ag.)
- Agricultural Leadership Master of Agriculture (M.Ag.)
Students obtaining graduate degrees by distance are admitted as regular graduate students. More information about admission criteria can be found on the Agricultural Education Master of Science, Agricultural Education Master of Agriculture, or Agricultural Leadership Master of Agriculture page.
Graduate students work closely with a graduate advisory committee consisting of three faculty members who provide guidance and mentoring. Students, in consultation with their graduate committee, develop an individual plan of study leading to the graduate degree. A plan of study must be filed before completion of 17 credit hours.