Masters of Science in Agricultural Education at CSU, Chico
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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.

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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.

Agricultural Education: instructing students in the lab

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. Fees will be $590 per unit.

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Agricultural Education: instructing students in the field

Current Program Schedule:

  • Spring class registration begins November 1
  • Summer class registration begins April 1
  • Fall class registration begins July 1

 

Click the Register link in the column for the course you wish to enroll in below. On the registration page, change the Registration Option to  Online and then click the Register Now button to add to your cart.

After adding a class to your cart, if you wish to enroll in more than one class, you must use the back button to return to this page to add additional classes. Do not click “Continue Shopping.”

 Summer Fall 2021Spring 2022
ADJUNCT ENROLLMENT-If done with course work or not taking courses in (Fall & Spring) then enrollment is required. Deadline, 20th day of each semester (Fall & Spring only). GRST 899GRST 899
AGED 600 Research Methodology in Ag Education (Consortium Course) Closed
(8/23-12/9)
University of Arkansas
[Register]
University of Missouri (1/18-5/5)
AGED 601 Program Planning in Ag Education
(CSU, Chico Course)
 Closed
(8/23-12/17)
CSU, Chico
 
AGED 602 Instructional/Adv. Methods in Ag Education (Consortium Course) Closed
(8/16-12/3)
Oklahoma State
 [Register] University of Missouri (1/18-5/5)
AGED 603 Ad Ldrshp, Suprvn, & Admin
(Consortium Course)
 Closed
(8/23-12/9)
University of Arkansas
 
AGED 605 Adult Learners in Ag Education
(Consortium Course)

 Closed
(8/16-12/3)
Oklahoma State
 
AGED 606 Instructional Technologies for Ag Education (Consortium Course)   
AGED 607 Ag Education Foundations, History, and Phil. (Consortium Course) Closed
(8/16-11/29)
North Carolina State
[Register] University of Arkansas (1/18-5/5)
AGED 608 Teaching Diverse Learners in Ag Ed
(CSU, Chico Course)
   
AGED 609 Critical Thinking in Ag Education
(Consortium Course)
 Cancelled
(8/16-11/29)
North Carolina State 
 
AGED 610 Assessment in Ag Education (CSU, Chico Course)  [Register]
CSU, Chico
(1/24-5/20)
AGED 611 Curriculum Development in Ag Ed (Consortium Course)  [Register] Kansas State (1/18-5/13)
AGED 619 Volunteering Management in Ag Ed
(Consortium Course)
   
AGED 620 Online Media in Ag Ed.
(Consortium Course)
   
AGED 625 Technological Change in Ag Ed. (Consortium Course)  [Register]
North Carolina State (1/10-4/25)
AGED 689 Graduate Internship in Ag - 1 to 6 units



Register
(3 units)

Register
(6 units)
AGED 696 Comprehensive Exam - 3 units  [Register]
AGED 697 Independent Study - 1 to 3 units


 Register
(1 unit)
Register
(2 units)
Register
(3 units) 
AGED 699P Master's Project - 3 or 6 units

  Register
(3 units)
Register
(6 units)
AGED 699T Master's Thesis - 3 or 6 units

 Register
(3 units)
Register
(6 units) 

CSU, Chico COVID-19 Vaccination status policy.

Students should submit their vaccination status (or request an exemption) via the Student Center by clicking “Covid 19 Vaccination” in the Student Records menu.

Using the form, you will indicate whether:
•you have been vaccinated and upload a picture of your vaccine record
•you qualify for a medical or religious exemption
•you do not plan to access any campus facilities or participate in any in-person activities

Students should complete the form as soon as they are fully vaccinated (or know they plan to pursue an exemption) so we can begin verification. View frequently asked questions and answers about the vaccine policy.

View detailed instructions on how to submit your vaccination status.

Program Flyer (PDF)