*** Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the resulting difficulty for some students to access GRE testing centers, the Department of Agricultural Sciences Education and Communication is waiving the GRE score requirement for admission through the end of Fall Semester, 2022.***
The Graduate Program in the Agricultural Sciences Education and Communication department prepares individuals for careers as formal and non-formal educators, professional communicators, and academicians.
Our faculty are outstanding classroom teachers who are conducting innovative research that is impacting the way people learn in formal and informal educational settings.
ASEC graduate students have the ability to work effectively in workplaces and communities with an appreciation for social diversity, freedom of expression and open civil discussion of academic and professional issues.
ASEC has exceptional students who are preparing to make a real difference in the world today and tomorrow. ASEC graduates have gone on to be Extension and Community Youth Educators, Informal Educators for Public Zoos, Entrepreneurs in Agribusiness, as well as into higher education as administrators and faculty.
Graduate students may choose one of three specializations to help them build competencies for a targeted career market: