Master of Science in Agricultural Education
Welcome to the CSU, Chico Master of Science in Agricultural Education program. If you are searching for a fully accredited, graduate degree in agricultural education, you’ve found the right program. The online MS in Agricultural Education is specially designed to address the higher education learning demands of high school agricultural education teachers, science educators, and associated professionals who administer agricultural education programs.
CSU, Chico College of Agriculture offers the program in partnership with AG*IDEA, a national consortium of accredited universities offering courses in the agricultural disciplines. The program is designed to be completed in two years, with courses originating from Chico and the consortium universities. This flexible format provides you convenient, online access to the top graduate educators and researchers in the nation.
About the Program
The Master of Science in Agricultural Education is a 30 unit graduate program allowing up to 9 transfer units. The culminating activity can be in the form of a thesis, project, or exam. Currently, graduate tuition is $500 per unit. Starting Fall 2014, tuition will be $515 per unit.
Current Program Schedule:
- Summer class registration opens April 7
- Fall class registration opens July 1
- Spring class registration opens November 1
|AGED 600 Research Methodology in Ag Ed (Consortium Course)
Class Dates: May 19-Aug 1
|AGED 600 Research Methodology (Consortium Course-University of Arkansas)
Class Dates: Aug 25-Dec 11 (exams 12/15-12/19
Registration Deadline: Aug 28
|AGED 601 Program Planning (Chico Course)
Class Dates: Aug 25-Dec 19
|AGED 621 Adv Methods of Teaching Ag Ed (Consortium Course-University of Missouri) Class Dates: 8/25/14-12/11/14
Registration Deadline: Aug 25
|AGED 696 Comp Exam in Ag Ed||Register-Fall 2014
|AGED 697 Independent Study
|AGED 699P Master’s Project in Ag Ed||Fall 2014||3|
|AGED 699T Master’s Thesis in Ag Ed||Fall 2014
|ADJUNCT ENROLLMENT-for those all done with course work or not taking courses in a term (Fall & Spring)||GRST 899||0|