Welcome to K-State Agricultural Education!
Agricultural Education is a great major that offers tremendous flexibility and potential in the job market. Jobs are waiting for you. Most Agricultural Education graduates will receive job offers before graduating from K-State. The major offers diverse opportunity to explore agricultural classes and gives great human relations skills.
Meet Kurt LockwoodKurt Lockwood Major: Agricultural Education 2011-2012 Kansas FFA Secretary Hometown: Caney, Kan.
Why did you choose Agricultural Education? I went through four years of agricultural education and FFA in high school, and I’m passionate about sharing my agriculture knowledge with students. My dad also taught agriculture in the past. How is the Department of Communications and Agricultural Education helping you with your career goals? I’m making connections and getting involved in the department. Which will make me more relatable when I get my own classroom. I am learning networking and communication skills to help me now and in the future. What’s your favorite part of being an Agricultural Education major? Interacting with individuals from the same major and those of different majors. It’s so easy to share our knowledge and passion about agriculture! How have you gotten involved on campus? Cat Crew, a university level program that helps prospective students CAT Program and Ag Ambassadors Ag Ed Club
"This is a friendly environment, and the students and faculty strive to help you any way they can. Also, the College of Agriculture makes it easy to get involved and meet new people," - Kurt Lockwood.
Meet Jeremy ScottJeremy Scott Major: Agricultural Education Hometown: Kansas City, Kan. Why did you choose Agricultural Education? I wanted to learn about real life. I always wanted to be a teacher and I wanted something that will be useful for a lifetime. How is the Department of Communications and Agricultural Education helping you with your career goals? I’ve changed my major twice, and this department is simply a lot of help – a very supporting cast. Dr. Washburn and Dr. Wiley, in the Diversity Programs office, have helped me with internships and I am now thinking about graduate school. What’s your favorite part of being an Agricultural Education major? The experience. Coming from Kansas City, I didn’t get to see a lot of actual agriculture. So I’m absorbing a lot of information and getting even more experiences! How have you gotten involved on campus? Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Black Student Union MANNRS Ag Ed Club
"The College of Agriculture is like a family, and you feel “at home” here," - Jeremy Scott.