Graduate catalog, 1996-1997
For a listmg of graduate faculty and program information, see mechanical and aero-
Agricultural and Extension Education
Degree Offered: M.S.
Professor R. W. Shearon, Head of lbe Deparlmenl
Associele Professor J. W. Flowers, Direrlor of Groduale Programs
Box 7607, (919) 515-2707, flowersqgpoe.coe.ncsu.edu
Professors: G. W. Bostick Jr., D. M. Jenknn, G. E. Moore, R. D. Mustian; Professor Emenlus: W. L. Carpenter; Associate Professors: L. R. Jewell, B. M. Kirby, R. T. Liles
The agricultural and extension education program provides for advanced study for professionals in agricultural education, extension education or related careers. Programs of study may be designtd to meet the individual needs of the student. Courses may be selected that lead to advanced teacher licensure in agnculture or aa emphasis in extension education leading to advancement in careers in the Cooperative Extension Service. Adibtional specialization in tbe student's teaching or extension tield is provided through a nunor or advised elective courses.
Admission Requirements: In addition to the Graduate School adnussion requirements,
the epstmtcm requues either GRE or the Miller's Analogies Test (MAT) scores, three
positive references and a statement of careet goals and/or research interests. An
interview (personal or by telephone) is also required.
Master 's Degree Requiremenls: Tbe department offers an M. S. degree, which requires a these for which tbe student receives six hours of credit. In addition, an M.Ed. degree in agricultural txlucation is available through the cumculum and mstruction program as a non-thesis program track. Both master's degree programs require a total of 36 credit hours. Mmors are optional but, d selected, require a minimum of rune credit hours.
Doctoral Degree Requirements: Doctoral programs with specializations in agncultural and extension education are offered through the Departmem of Adult aud Community College Education and through the occupational education program.