The minor in Agricultural Learning and Outreach is only open to students in the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources. This minor provides the breadth of foundational knowledge needed in professions that involve educating others about a range of agricultural content and issues. This minor requires at least 15 credits of 2000-level or above course work.
Three credits of 2000-level and higher coursework, with approval from the minor advisor, from each of the following departments: Animal Science, Natural Resources and the Environment, and Plant Science and Landscape Architecture.
Three or more credits of coursework from: AGNR 4500; EGEN 3200; EPSY 3020. Other leadership or related experiential courses such as internships may be used to fulfill this requirement with permission of the advisor.
Completion of this minor does not constitute state teacher certification nor can the courses transfer to a post-baccalaureate teaching program at the University of Connecticut.
This minor is offered by the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources.