Texas Tech University

Minor in Agricultural Leadership

Texas Tech University's online Minor in Agricultural Leadership is offered by the College of Agricultural Education & Communications. This minor allows students committed to other disciplines the opportunity to learn and engage in the study of Agricultural Leadership. The department works closely with the College of Education and College of Media & Communications to offer a valuable degree program.

Program Overview

Agricultural Leadership prepares students to enter a broad array of careers either in the public sector (legislative assistants, agricultural agencies) or private sector (training and development, management or sales in agricultural, food, and natural resource industries)

Application Process

To pursue a minor in Agricultural Leadership, students should first contact their academic advisor. Both the academic advisor and advisors in the Student Services Center of University Studies will work with the student to complete the process necessary to declare a minor. Advisors in the Student Services Center of University Studies can be reached at (806) 742-7100.

Program Requirements

  • 18 total credit hours

Required Courses:

AGSC3301
AGED 3315
AGED 3314 or AGED 4308

An additional nine hours can be selected from the following courses:

ACOM 2301
ACOM 2302
ACOM 3300
AGED 2300
AGED 3330
AGED 4000 (3 hours only)
AGED 4303
AGED 4309

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