The Agricultural Education doctoral option has a primary focus of preparing candidates to assume faculty positions in colleges or university agricultural education programs. Candidates assemble an individual program of study that provides a comprehensive knowledge of the teaching and learning process with a strong theoretical foundation and practical research experience in agricultural education.
Evidence of successful teaching experience in secondary agricultural education in the United States.
Ability to pass the state of Oregon background check.
The Agricultural Education program is a minimum of 108 credits which include: a core curriculum in quantitative and qualitative research, 13 credits in a specialty area, a practicum, and a dissertation. Additional research methods and elective courses as approved by the major professor (faculty advisor).
Applicant requirements: 3.0 GPA or better. Master’s degree or equivalent is encouraged. Applicants are encouraged to contact Dr. Jonathan Velez to discuss relevant prior experiences and education.
The Agricultural Education option has a rolling application process. Applicants are encouraged to contact Dr. Velez if interested.