Second Teaching Field in Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (Grades Six through Twelve)

For students who are seeking a teacher certification within their major and would like a second teaching field in Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, the requirements are:

AG 2373Introduction to Agricultural Engineering3
AG 2374Metal Fabrication and Welding Technology for Agriculture3
AG 2383Introduction to Agricultural Economics3
AG 3345Livestock Selection and Evaluation3
AG 4212Program Building2
AG 4325Feeds and Feeding3
AG 4343Organization and Management for Laboratory Programs3
Select one of the following:3
Agronomic Crops
General Horticulture
Select one of the following:3
Agriculture Power and Machinery Technology
Agricultural Structures and Environment
Agriculture Electric and Mechanical Systems
Select one of the following:3-4
Woody Plant Materials for Outdoor Landscapes
Flowers and Plants for Interior Design
Soil Science I
Total Hours29-30

All students pursuing teacher certification must apply and be accepted to the Office of Educator Preparation

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) requires multiple background checks for progression through the Educator Preparation Program. Based on information recorded in your criminal history, you may be ineligible for issuance of a teaching certificate upon completion of the Educator Preparation Program. If you have a criminal history, you may obtain a Preliminary Criminal History Evaluation from TEA. For more information, go to: