The Master of Science (M.S.)/Initial Licensure program in Agricultural Education is a graduate-level program designed to help individuals become an accomplished educator who help students succeed in the classroom.
The Master of Education (M.Ed.)/Professional Studies program in Agricultural Education is a graduate-level, practitioner-based program. The program is flexible and will be tailored to meet the needs of individual students. This program is currently on hold, as we work to improve it to better meet the needs of high school agricultural education teachers, Extension educators, and those employed in agricultural business, youth and adult organizations, and government agencies.
Applying to the Program
Click here to see Master of Science program requirements.
You may apply online here.
Assistantships, Scholarships, and Employment
Learn about scholarships in the College of Education and Human Development. The Minnesota Agricultural Education Leadership Council (MAELC) provides scholarships for M.Ed./Initial Licensure and Agricultural Education Additional Licensure students. For assistantships in other departments of the University, check the Graduate School Fellowship Office and Office of Human Resources. For additional resources, see the CFANS graduate page. General financial aid advising and information are available from the University Financial Aid.
Additional Graduate Degree Options
For questions regarding the admissions process, admissions documents, or general information about the program contact:
Dr. Amy Smith
Director of Graduate Studies
146C Ruttan Hall