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Cornell, Ithaca College offer ag education master’s

Students learn about vegetable production equipment at  Cornell's Thompson Research Farm in Freeville.

Students learn about vegetable production equipment at Cornell’s Thompson Research Farm in Freeville.

Cornell Chronicle [2015-08-11]:

Cornell University and Ithaca College will offer a new Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) program to help meet growing demand for qualified agricultural educators. Students in the graduate program will earn a degree in agriculture education from Ithaca College in collaboration with Cornell Connect, a program of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS).

“This unique M.A.T. in agriculture education combines the strength of an established, highly regarded education program at Ithaca College with the internationally recognized agricultural knowledge of Cornell,” said Jeff Perry, education specialist in CALS’ School of Integrative Plant Science. “Students will graduate with a strong knowledge of the agricultural education community while also being comfortable with their general education peers.”

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