Agricultural Curriculum and Development Minor
The undergraduate minor in agricultural curriculum and development prepares students for formal and non-formal curriculum development and training. It can provide further education for becoming an agricultural educator, agricultural trainer, and/or a curricular designer for formal and non-formal educational settings, especially when paired with a technical content focus such as animal sciences, horticulture, food science, or others.
While this minor will equip students with tools and skills to develop quality curriculum that can be applied to a variety of settings, minoring in agricultural curriculum and development does not include teacher certification.
Fifteen (15) credit hours need to be completed with a minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA to obtain a minor in agricultural curriculum and development.
For a complete list of course requirements, visit the undergraduate course catalog.