The Agricultural Education degree is a graduate degree and licensure program with the primary mission to prepare qualified agricultural educators for a variety of roles in education and agriculture. The department provides a primary source of teachers of agriculture and offers service and leadership to the teaching profession. Our faculty represent nearly 40 years of combined secondary agriculture teaching experience.

The Agricultural Education program is a one-year, 45-credit, master’s degree program resulting in Oregon teacher licensure. The program consists of a fall student teaching experience (approximately one month), fall term coursework (15 credits), winter term student teaching experience (approximately 11 weeks) and coursework (15 credits), and spring term coursework (10-15 credits).