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Launch Your Career as an Agriscience Educator

At UConn’s College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources, find a pathway to a rewarding career in agriculture education and outreach. The Minor in Agricultural Learning and Outreach prepares students with the extensive knowledge they need for fulfilling careers in agriscience education, extension outreach, nonprofits, related businesses, and more.

Hands-On Experience

Develop skills for exciting careers in animal science, plant science, and natural resources

Student Success

Receive personalized instruction from faculty and advisors with expertise in these fields

Career Ready, Fast

Prepare for a one-year Master’s degree program and state certification in agricultural education at UConn’s Neag School for Education

Agriculture Education at UConn

Agriculture Education at the University of Connecticut is offered through a partnership between the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources (CAHNR) and the Neag School of Education. Students select a disciplined-based undergraduate major in CAHNR and complete education courses and certification requirements in Neag. UConn has one program available for students preparing for a teaching career:

Admission

Admission to the program is a competitive process. Please review the  Frequently asked questions and view a list of UConn Alumni in agriculture education.

Tuition Support

There are scholarships open to UConn students interested in pursuing a career in agriculture education. If you live in New England, you may be eligible for tuition reduction through the New England Student Regional Program.

Learn more about tuition support.

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