Extension Education - Certificate
A Certificate in Extension Education is an innovative program that prepares students with the unique knowledge and skills required to apply Extension education theory and put into practice these theories at any level in an organization. Students will gain a substantive foundation of Extension education theory, with the instructional focus on community situations and how to apply theories to all community situations. Students are required to complete five courses (14 credit hours) to earn the certificate.
The program includes a capstone experience to solidify skills and enhance the graduate experience. The Capstone Experience will be tailored to individual student needs in consultation with the committee chair, graduate committee, and certificate committee. Examples of appropriate activities include, but are not limited to the development of an educational program to address a critical issue or need within Extension, development of a new innovation or strategic initiative for Extension, or any other effort that would enhance the student experience while being important to Extension.
Students may complete this certificate as part of a degree program, in non-degree status, or as continuing education. When completed as part of a degree program on in non-degree status, the certificate will appear on the transcript.
For more information to obtain the Extension Education Certificate, please contact Clarice Fulton at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 979-862-7180.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|ALEC 610||Principles of Adult Education||3|
|ALEC 623||Survey of Evaluation Strategies for Agriculture 1||3|
|or ALEC 625||or Program Evaluation and Organizational Accountability|
|ALEC 631||Development and Planning of Community Education Programs||3|
|ALEC 685||Directed Studies 2||1-4|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Leadership of Volunteers|
|Survey of Evaluation Strategies for Agriculture 1|
|Program Evaluation and Organizational Accountability 1|
|Guidance and Counseling for Rural Youth|
|Methods of Technological Change|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||14|
Courses may not count in more than one category.
Only 2 credit hours will apply for ALEC 685.