Post-Secondary Educators teach agriculture related courses at the college or university level within their specialized area of expertise. Some may also conduct research as part of their role within the university.
What responsibilities will I have?
What education and training is required?
Most post-secondary educators will have doctorate degree in their chosen discipline but in some cases a master’s degree will suffice.
To pursue a career as a Post-Secondary Educator:
The following high school courses are recommended: agricultural education, biology, botany, chemistry, mathematics and computer courses.
Where can I work?
Post-secondary educators are employed by community colleges, junior colleges, technical schools and universities that have agricultural related programs.
Future Job Market/Outlook
The future outlook for Post-Secondary Agriculture Educators will be great over the next five years.
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