The Licensure Pathway in Agricultural Education is a four year B.S. degree focused on training students to teach in Secondary schools grades 4-12 in a formal school setting. This pathway leads to an Ohio Career Technical Teaching License in Agriscience and includes a Minor in Sustainable Agriculture.
The degree includes 39 Semester Hours of General Education, 41-43 Semester Hours of Agriculture Content ( Including: Biology, Sustainable Agriculture, Horticulture, Grain Crops, Agribusiness, Animal Science, Mechanical Principles and your choice of electives), 18 Semester Hours of Education Preperation, 9 Semester hours of Agricultural Education, and a 12 Semester Hour Student Teaching Internship. For a full list of courses download the above pdf sheet.
Students must be accepted to the College of Education Licensure Program, Have a clear FBI/ BCI Background Check, Have a 3.0 GPA, and pass Agriscience and Professional Knowledge Licensure Exam to complete the Agriscience Licensure Program.