Course Number and DescriptiveTitle   Units
Major Courses – 33 units (minimum)
AGED303 -Theory Building in Development Education   3
AGED305 - Institutional Evaluation of Agro-technical schools   3
AGED306 - Advances in Teaching Vocational Agriculture   3
AGED311 - Education, Ethics and Public Policy   3
AGED312 - Sociology of Education   3
AGED313 - Information Management for Teaching and Learning   3
AGED314 - History of Agricultural Education   3
AGED316 - Policy and Program Development for Agric’l Education   3
AGED318 - Comparative Education in Agriculture   3
AGED321 - Philosophy and Science of Education   3
AGED322 - Educational Evaluation   3
AGED398 - Advanced Educational Research   3
AGED391 - Special Topics   1-3
AGED397 - Graduate Colloquium   1
200 level courses *    
Minor/Cognate Courses – 15 units (courses from another field of specialization)
AGED399 - Graduate Seminar   1-2
AGED400 - Doctoral Dissertation   12


Major   33
200 level courses   (6 units)
300 level courses   (27 units)
Minor/Cognate   15
200 level courses   (3 units)
300 level courses   (12 units)
Dissertation   12
Special Skills **   (6)
Total No. of Units Required   60



*Refer to Master of Science in Ag. Education Curriculum Guide

**As prescribed by the Graduate Advisory Committee

  1. Cognate/minor courses are courses of 1 or 2 other field(s) of specialization
  2. Odd and even numbered courses are offered during the first and second semester of the school year, respectively.
  3. After the first term, graduate students are required to form their Graduate Advisory Committee (GAC) andPlan of Course Work ( PCW). Forms can be secured at the Office of the Dean of the Graduate School.

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