Agricultural Leadership and Development - BS

The Agricultural Leadership and Development program includes a multidisciplinary curriculum emphasizing the development of tools to be successful both professionally and personally. Graduates are prepared for leadership positions in local, state, regional, and national groups, organizations, and agencies that are involved in the agricultural industry. The degree requires the completion of 120 semester credit hours including a university approved minor that serves as a context for students to apply their leadership knowledge.

For more information about this major, visit our ALED website.