Online Master of Science in Agricultural and Extension Education
Focus on Agricultural Education
The Master of Science in Agricultural and Extension Education is designed for agricultural science teachers, extension agents, and other professionals involved in formal or informal education organizations, as well as agricultural professionals who work with applied agricultural technologies or agricultural communications.
A degree plan is developed according to faculty specializations in agricultural education, agricultural communication or agricultural system technology management. There are 12 hours required in the program, while elective courses may be custom-designed to meet the needs of individual students.
“The completion of my Master of Science in Agricultural and Extension Education degree has provided relational and financial advancement at Tyson. I have the great pleasure of working on an agricultural project in Haiti. The project actually began with a grant proposal I completed for one of my classes. I am hoping to be involved with many more projects in developing countries.”
Program at a Glance
- 100 Percent Online
- 33 Credit hours
- 2 to 3 year program depending on student pace
- GRE required
- Thesis or non-thesis option
- Affiliate of AG*IDEA Consortium
- Students can enroll in fall, spring or summer
Tuition and fees per credit hour reflect fall 2016 rates for students studying completely online. If an online student takes a course on campus, tuition and fees will differ.
- $409.94 Tuition
- $2.70 Library Fee
- $10.48 Network & Data Systems Fee
- $30 Off-Campus fee
- $545 per credit hour for GP*Idea Courses