Emphasis in the major is on production techniques, managerial skills and competencies necessary to function as agricultural scientists, educators, or agricultural managers in today’s complex agricultural industry. Agriculture teachers are certified to teach in grades six through twelve in the public schools of Texas.
The Department of Agricultural Sciences Teacher Certification Program works closely with the College of Education, Office of Educator Preparation (OEP) in order to ensure that all students meet and exceed the licensure requirements set forth by the State of Texas.
We work closely we OEP follow their entry requirements.
- Application For more information about deadlines, see the OEP website.
|Current Teacher Openings|
For more information:
Dr. Doug Morrish
211 Agriculture Building
Dr. Ryan Anderson
212 Agriculture Building
Texas State Collegiate FFA is a chapter of the CFFA of the State of Texas as well as the National CFFA. Our organization promotes FFA and the agricultural industry, fosters leadership, serves our local community, and connects members to resources and opportunities. Our members show excellence in leadership and a passion for agriculture.