Who are our Alumni?
Alumni of our program are agriculture leaders who work in education and business positions.
What they do:
- Hold leadership positions in school districts.
- Work in human resources jobs and education positions.
- Serve the industry through agricultural lending.
- Work for K-State Research and Extension.
Support Our Students
Anyone interested in supporting our students through a scholarship can donate to the "Ag Education Excellence Fund" through the Kansas State University Foundation or work with the foundation to establish a fund of their own to support agricultural education students.
If you wish to send information about potential job placements and internships, or you would like to know about those opportunities, please contact Brandie Disberger.
The information regarding those opportunities will be distributed through the agricultural education major listserv to reach all of our current students.
The Master of Science in Agricultural Education and Communication offers professionals in agricultural education, agricultural communications, extension education and related fields with opportunities to broaden their knowledge while expanding their technical competence.
The degree offers a scholarly project option with 32 total credit hours and a master’s thesis option with 30 total credits.
For more information about, or to apply for the Master program, contact Dr. Gaea Hock at 785-532-1166 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"K-State gave me peers who entered the field with me, set me up with tools to be successful in the profession, and continued to be a support group when needed." -Andrea Flegler, Agriculture Teacher for Clay Center Community High School, Agricultural Education '16
"I utilize my facilitation and presentation skills I obtained from going through Ag. Ed. As an extension agent we help to educate producers on topics including, but not limited to: profitability, fertilizing, weed control, pest control, crop management." -Chris Long, Agriculture Agent and District Director for K-State Research and Extension, Agricultural Education '03