As one of only three agriculture education programs in the state of Wisconsin, you’ll be prepared to educate high school students and adults in the areas of agriculture. The bachelor’s degree in agriculture education includes a selection of courses from all areas of agriculture and instruction in teaching methods.

The agriculture education program will prepare you to pursue a teacher licensure, become a county extension agent, or work as a trainer in an agriculture-related company. 

Add the Technology Education emphasis to your degree, if you want to acquire a dual licensure to teach both agriculture education or technology education. You’ll be prepared to teach by completing coursework in the areas of agriculture, industrial studies, and education.