With interdisciplinary courses that combine theory and practice, you are prepared to establish or advance your education career in a variety of fields, including:
- Agricultural and Youth Extension
- Community Development
- Environmental Education
- Human Development
- Natural Resources
- Range Science
This degree can advance your career as an extension education professional or in related agriculture and natural resource careers where public education and communication skills are required. You'll find the skills and training you acquire are applicable to a number of public sector education jobs in agencies such as Cooperative Extension, Bureau of Land Management, USDA, and the Forest Service.
Graduates of this program have followed a variety of career paths, including extension work, professional sales, technical service, and a variety of informal education settings. Graduates have also pursued further graduate study after completion of the degree.