2018-2019 Catalog 
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2018-2019 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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AGED 4340 - Community Programs in Agriculture

Credit Hour(s) 3

This course provides students an opportunity for in-depth study of the intracurricular and peripheral support and leadership programs associated with the agricultural industry. Topics of study include Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) programs, Georgia Young Farmer Programs, Future Farmers of America (FFA), FFA Alumni, school and community relationships, state and federal agricultural agencies, local community organizations, and commodity organizations. The class will explore working relationships and cooperative learning with related agricultural education organizations such as the 4-H and the Cooperative Extension Service. Students will explore emerging trends and the philosophical foundations and historical development of secondary programs of agricultural education.

Prerequisite(s) A minimum of 60 overall earned credit hours.

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