Kansas State University’s online master’s degree in agricultural education and communications covers the development of agricultural and extension education in the U.S., research methods, principles of teaching and learning, and program planning and evaluation. The program serves as a broad field of study designed for individuals who educate others about agriculture.
This program is offered through the Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance (Great Plains IDEA); regionally accredited schools working in partnership to provide students with online opportunities. Students apply at their school of choice.
The online Agricultural Education program is offered through:
- University of Arkansas
- California State University – Chico
- Kansas State University
- University of Missouri
- North Carolina State University
- Oklahoma State University
- Texas Tech University
Depending on the university, the program requires 30-36 credit hours.
Fulfill (or meet) the entrance requirements for a master’s program at your home university. Typically, this requires:
- Bachelor's degree or higher
- Official transcripts
- Letters of recommendation
- Statement of goals
Request more information to learn about requirements for this program.
School Accreditation Statement
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission