Agricultur Sci & Tech Courses

AGED 297 - Special Topics
Hours: 1-4

AGED 371 - Agricultural & Youth Leadershi
Hours: 3
Agricultural and Youth Leadership. Three semester hours. Application of leadership principles with emphasis on interpersonal and personal skills, organizational structure, and FFA and 4-H Club activities.

AGED 404 - Supervised Experience Programs
Hours: 3
Supervised Experience Programs - Three semester hours Theories and practices associated with experiential learning models used in secondary agricultural science programs and community-based youth programs.

AGED 465 - Student Tch Secondary Sch
Hours: 6
Student Teaching in the Secondary School. Six semester hours. (2) The student will teach in a selected school for a continuous period of 14 weeks under the joint supervision of local school officials and personnel of the University. The student teacher will engage in and develop, as nearly as possible, all professional competencies deemed essential in teaching an Agricultural Science and Technology program. Senior standing required. Prerequisite: SED 300, PSY 300

AGED 470 - Meth Tchg Ag Sci/Tech
Hours: 3
Methods of Teaching Agricultural Science and Technology. Three semester hours. (3 lecture, 0 lab) (2) Professional skills deemed appropriate to and essential in the teaching of all phases of a local program of Agricultural Science and Technology will be developed. This course is taken during the student teaching residency semester. Senior standing required. Prerequisites: AGED 371

AGED 471 - The Prog Instr Ag Sci/Tech
Hours: 3
The Program of Instruction in Agricultural Science and Technology. Three semester hours. A "Comprehensive Program of Instruction" will be planned for each student, including courses of study for the secondary school, programs of activities for th FFA, resource use and parent/community relations. Philosophy and administration of secondary and community-based Agricultural Science and Technology programs will be emphasized. This course is taken during the student teaching residency semester. Senior standing required. Prerequisites: SED 300.

AGED 489 - Independent Study
Hours: 1-6

AGED 497 - Special Topic
Hours: 1-4