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Extension Education

Admission requirements include the following: 

  • Verification of a 2.75 GPA, or above, in the student's total academic program.  Students are expected to maintain at least a 2.75 GPA throughout the program. 
  • Evidence of competence in English/Writing as demonstrated by a minimum GPA of 2.5 or above in English 110 and 111 or equivalent, or a minimum grade of a B in English 358 or equivalent, or a minimum ACT English score of 20, SAT verbal score of 450 or PSAT verbal score of 45.
  • Minimum grade of B or better in Speech Communication 110 or equivalent.
  • Signatures of the department chair for the major area, the student's academic advisor and a faculty member who has responsibility for advising students in extension education.

Course requirements:

H&CE 341     Leadership and Presentation Techniques                              3 credits
H&CE 345     Extension Education                                                               2 credits
H&CE 444     Planning the Community Program in Agricultural Education  or
  
H&CE 468   Family Life and Adult Education Programs                               3 credits
H&CE 445     Technology Transfer in Agriculture                                          3 credits
H&CE 481     Methods of Teaching Agriculture  or
 
H&CE 482   Methods of Teaching Family and Consumer Sciences or
 
EDUC 451   Instructional Planning, Methods, and Assessment                  3 credits
H&CE 496     Extension Internship                                                               6-9 credits
                                                                                                Total:        20-23 credits


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Last Updated: Thursday, September 27, 2012 1:22:56 PM