Undergraduate students may earn a Bachelor of Science in one of three major areas of study: Human Resource Education, Agricultural Education, and Business Education. Within the Human Resource Education curriculum, three areas of concentration are available: Adult, Extension, & International Education; Career Development; and Human Resource & Leadership Development. Under the Agricultural Education program, two areas of concentration are offered: Leadership & Communication and Teaching & Learning (Teacher’s Certification).
The School also offers minor areas of study in Human Resource Education and Human Resource & Leadership Development. In addition, undergraduate students may pursue teaching certification in Agricultural Education and Business Education. A Post-Baccluerate Non-Master’s Teacher Certification program is also available for individuals seeking teacher certification after receiving their undergraduate or graduate degree.