Agriculture Education (AED)
Description: Introduction to the principles and practices of positive interpersonal relationships for leadership development. Self-awareness, awareness of others, effective interpersonal communication, and the building of trust relationships as a basis for understanding and developing leadership. An experiential approach, field projects and a supervised service project.
Description: Early Field Experience in AED (I II) Required of all Ag Ed Departmental majors. Observing and/or performance of professional skills in agricultural education, extension education, agribusiness, journalism, and leadership.
Description: Required of all Ag Ed Departmental majors. Observing and/or performance of professional skills in agricultural education, journalism and leadership focusing on agribusiness, industry training positions, secondary agricultural education instruction, extension education, advertising, public relations, broadcasting, news-editorial and international agricultural education.
Description: Theory of experiential education to middle school and secondary agricultural education programs, especially leadership and career education. Development of Supervised Ag Experience (SAE), Young Adult/Farmer, FFA and alumni activities, appropriate to the community, school and student needs using electronic technology in learning how to teach Nebraska's agricultural education financial management system. Students will learn the theory of experiential education with examples as development of an (SAE) Supervised Agricultural Experience, alumni activities and other community opportunities.
Description: This course is designed to take a deeper look at youth programs across the country such as 4-H, FFA, FCCLA and many others.
Description: This course is designed to assist students learn how to care and manage livestock (SAE) Supervised Agriculture Experience projects. The students will have the opportunity to work cattle, sheep, swine and goats from selection to show.