CSU Student watering sweet potato plants

School of Agricultural Education and Food Science

Agriculture: More than just farming

A degree in Agricultural Education will prepare you to teach others about food production, food insecurity, health, nutrition, climate change, the environment, natural resources, communications, leadership, and employability skills. 

Pursue an innovative career in public schools, nonprofit organizations, or the private business sector.

Katrina Swinehart-Held

We aim to equip agricultural educators with the skills to address both urban and global agricultural perspectives.



Dr. Katrina Swinehart-Held
Department Chair of Professional Education and Associate Professor of Department of Agricultural Education and Food Science, kswinehart@centralstate.edu