Agricultural Education BSA
AGED BSA provides students with skills and knowledge to succeed in the teaching profession and related careers. The program prepares students to teach agriculture in public and private schools, and specialized post-secondary technical programs.
Additionally, there are many exciting career options for students who are not interested in entering the classroom. The Agricultural Education program of study is broad and flexible, allowing students to gain a basic understanding of careers in Georgia's biggest industry — agriculture. What can I do with a major in Agricultural Education?
Agricultural Education faculty provide instruction in teaching methods, curriculum planning, leadership development and community study. Students choose technical agriculture courses that fit their interests and career plans. Students also complete clinical teaching practicum under the direction of a cooperating teacher in middle and high schools.
- AGED Degree Requirements
- AGED Degree Check Sheet
- Double Dawgs Earn an AGED BSA + Master of Agricultural and Environmental Education in 5 years
Agricultural Education Teaching Jobs in Georgia
TeachGeorgia.org lists teaching vacancies in Georgia. Under Job Title, click on Vocational to pull up Agricultural Education positions. For the most up-to-date information on positions, contact the FFA State Staff Regional Directors via email:
Agricultural Education - Dr. Rubenstein Agricultural Education - Plant Sale Meridith Franks and Jaky Cervantes Abbey Gretsch, Class of 2019 (middle right) Kalie Hall, Class of 2015 Andy Paul, Class of 2018 Agricultural Education Class of 2016 Agricultural Education Class of 2016
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