The Master of Agricultural Education - Accelerated Master's Program option is designed to prepare individuals pursuing a bachelor's degree in agriculture with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to teach agriculture at the secondary level. This Accelerated Master's Program is for eligible, current undergraduate students at the University of Arizona. Please consult with a graduate advisor for more information on undergraduate student eligibility.
The Department of Agricultural Education, Technology & Innovation contributes to the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences' unique functional role as a leader in the University's land-grant mission by providing an array of programs in formal undergraduate and graduate instruction, research, and service to enable the people of Arizona, the nation, and beyond to improve the quality of their lives. The primary mission of Agricultural Education, Technology & Innovation is serving a diverse population through teaching, application, integration, and discovery in agriculture, applied science, education, innovation, leadership, and technology leading to successful careers in education, community leadership, and industry.
College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
University of Arizona - Main - Tucson
Contact the department.
International applicants may be considered for conditional admission to this program at the department's discretion.
ETS Major Field Code(s) for this program:
No additional requirements.
Please refer to the Graduate Student Handbook for students who are pursuing this program of study.
This is an Accelerated Master's Program (AMP).
The Graduate College offers exceptional undergraduate students in selected majors the opportunity to earn both a bachelor's degree and master's degree in as few as 5 years. The Accelerated Master's Program is for the top undergraduates in participating majors who plan to continue in a graduate program in the same, or closely related, UA discipline.
Programs will select from among a qualified pool, based on the following criteria. Individual programs may have more stringent or additional requirements: