Agricultural and Environmental Education
College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
- Bachelor of Science
Do you want to help people understand their part in creating a sustainable environment? Agricultural and environmental education will empower you to lead and educate others. Students in this major gain a foundation in agricultural and environmental sciences, educational theory and practice. They also develop skills in teaching, communications and outreach.
You will begin your course of study with a series of fundamental courses in science, mathematics and perspectives on agriculture and the environment. The broad-based major includes a sampling of courses in animal science, plant and soil science, environmental horticulture, agricultural and environmental engineering, economics and the environmental sciences. At the upper-division level, you will select an area of specialization. In addition, required courses in education prepare you for working with people of all ages.
- Academic advisor/counselor
- Agriculture curriculum writer
- Agricultural extension educator
- Community organizer/advocate
- Environmental science educator
- High school agricultural education teacher
- Museum educator/docent/outdoor education specialist
- Youth development educator
- Agricultural sales and/or marketing
- Agricultural science
- Environmental science
- EPCOT Center
- Zoological Society of San Diego
- K-12 school districts
- Community colleges
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