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Agricultural Education for Teachers

Agriculture teachers can work in middle and high schools as well as in colleges and universities, depending on the level of training. Keep reading to learn more about career opportunities, salary requirements and degrees available in agricultural education.

Inside Agricultural Education for Teachers

Training in agricultural education can prepare you to teach the next generation about agriculture and its importance in society. You might even cover such topics as soil testing and plant treatments. Whether you want to explore degree programs, career opportunities or distance learning options available in this field, Study.com can get you started.

Education Information

Aspiring agriculture teachers must earn at least a bachelor's degree in agriculture and a teaching certification. At the undergraduate degree level, participants may explore food crops, plant genetics, horticulture, plant sciences and agricultural economics. Courses include agricultural trends, issues in agriculture, sustainable agriculture, theories in agricultural education, agricultural policies and agricultural statistics. Individuals must also engage in student teaching experiences and complete courses pertaining to curriculum development, classroom management and strategies for teaching agriculture.

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