This major prepares students to teach agricultural education for grades 5-12. You'll be licensed to teach agriscience, agribusiness, agriculture, horticulture, food systems, agrimechanics, and natural resource management. You'll learn the foundations of education, and do a year of student teaching.
Your studies will cover a range of topics, including agriculture, economics, natural resources, food systems, biology, humanities, and communications.
The Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology in the College of Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources (CFANS) at the University of Minnesota invites applicants for a 9-month, non-tenure track Teaching Assistant Professor position. We seek applicants with a passion for teaching, particularly field courses and outdoor experiences. Members of systematically excluded groups are encouraged to apply.