Agriculture Education

Major(s)

Agriculture Education

Bachelor of Science in Education (Certifiable grades 9-12)
  1. General Education Program and Requirements
    Specific General Education Requirements: BIO 101(3) and 111(1); PSY 121(3); GEP 101(2) or UHC 110(2) or AGR 301(1)
  2. Major Requirements
    1. AGB 144(4), 334(3); AGE 337(3); AGP 103(3) or AGN 115(3); AGN 143(3), 215(3); AGN 335(3) or AGR 383(3)-course deleted-see advisor; AGP 303(3) or AGP 333(3) or AGP 543(3); AGS 101(4)
    2. CHM 107(3) and 108(1); or CHM 116(4) and 117(1); or CHM 160(4)
    3. AGE 318(2), 568(3), 578(2), 588(2)
    4. Area of Specialization: Students must select a minimum of 20 hours of Agriculture courses to complete 45 hours of Technical Agriculture required by the State Department of Education. These courses must consist of any agriculture course not required as a major or Professional Education requirement.
    5. Public Affairs Capstone Experience Requirement will be fulfilled by completion of AGE 493(5-6) and 494(5-6).
  3. Professional Education courses. Note: A grade of “C” or better in each course is required for state certification.
    1. AGE 558(3), 493(5-6), 494(5-6)
    2. Professional Education Required Core and Competencies - see Teacher Education Program
  4. General Baccalaureate Degree Requirements
  5. This program also requires compliance with the Teacher Education Program for eligibility to enroll in Professional Education courses; admission to and continuance in the Teacher Education Program; approval for supervised teaching; and recommendation for certification which includes following GPA requirements. All GPA requirements include both Missouri State and transfer grades.
    1. at least a 2.75 GPA on all course work attempted at all colleges attended
    2. at least a 3.00 GPA in the certificate subject area (major field of study) which includes all courses listed under B
    3. at least a 3.00 GPA in any additional certificate subject area
    4. at least a 3.00 GPA in the professional education courses which includes all courses listed under C; and no grade lower than a "C" in all professional education courses

Minor(s)

Agriculture

Bachelor of Science in Education (Non-Certifiable)
  1. Select at least one course from each of the following areas: Agriculture Economics, Animal Husbandry, Soils, and Field Crops

  2. Select at least one course from each of the following areas: Dairy Husbandry, Horticulture, and Poultry Husbandry

  3. Select additional courses to complete 24 hours or more of agriculture. Students desiring to minor in agriculture on the Bachelor of Science in Education should confer with a member of the agriculture staff before scheduling to receive advice of desirable courses which meet their special needs.

Accelerated graduate program in Agriculture

Eligible Missouri State undergraduate students may apply for admission to the Agriculture program and begin taking graduate course work as they complete the work for a bachelor’s degree. A maximum of 12 credit hours from approved graduate-level courses may be counted towards both the undergraduate and graduate degrees (Mixed Credit). Refer to the Graduate Catalog for program details.

Refer to Undergraduate Students Taking Graduate Classes for additional information and procedures for obtaining permission for Mixed Credit.

Accelerated graduate program in Natural and Applied Science

Eligible Missouri State undergraduate students may apply for admission to the Master of Natural and Applied Science program and begin taking graduate course work as they complete the work for a bachelor’s degree. A maximum of 12 hours of graduate credit may be counted toward both the undergraduate and graduate degree (Mixed Credit). Refer to the Graduate Catalog for specific admission requirements.

Refer to Undergraduate Students Taking Graduate Classes for additional information and procedures for obtaining permission for Mixed Credit.

Accelerated graduate program in Plant Science

Eligible Missouri State undergraduate students may apply for admission to the Plant Science program and begin taking graduate course work as they complete the work for a bachelor’s degree. A maximum of 12 hours of graduate credit may be counted toward both the undergraduate and graduate degree (Mixed Credit). Refer to the Graduate Catalog for specific admission requirements.

Refer to Undergraduate Students Taking Graduate Classes for additional information and procedures for obtaining permission for Mixed Credit.