Master of Science in Agricultural Education


The Masters of Science in Agricultural Education (online) is a program that can be completed entirely at a distance as there are no required on-campus courses or meetings. The program is designed for agriculture teachers in secondary and post-secondary settings, extension professionals, educators in public and private settings, and agricultural communicators. The flexibility of the program makes it possible for working professionals to obtain a master's while continuing to meet personal and professional responsibilities.

The curriculum is 30 semester hours and is flexible allowing you to create a program best suited to your needs, interests, and aspirations. You may choose to earn a specialization in agricultural extension education.

**Students are accepted from any part of the United States and Canada.

Tuition Information- Please note: All students, regardless of geographic location will receive in-state/resident rate tuition.

Contact Info: 

Director of Graduate Education: Greg Miller
Application Contact: Wendy Ortmann
Program location: 206 Curtiss Hall
Program telephone: 515-294-5872
Program fax: 515-294-0530
Program email: