Welcome to the Agriculture program in the School of Natural Sciences. We congratulate
you for choosing to continue your education and pursue a degree in agriculture. We
believe that our programs, under the guidance of our faculty, can provide you with
a broad background in the agriculture field of your choice. Our goal is to help you
develop the tools you will need to pursue a successful career. We are ready to facilitate
your learning, not only within the technical areas of biology or agriculture, but
also in the more general skills necessary to achieve success in today’s competitive
world. We will provide opportunities for you to develop skills in communicating, problem
solving, collaboration, and understanding your own values. How much you gain from
your time at Central will depend on how much you participate in your own education.
You will find our curriculum and faculty can be of great help in preparing you for
your future. Ask questions, be inquisitive, and expand your horizon; that is what
the college experience is about.
College of Education - School of Teaching and Learning
Students wanting to teach Agriculture in high school should contact Mr. Mike Keilholz,
the lead faculty member for Agriculture Education. Mr. Keilholz will help guide you
through the program so you'll be well-prepared when you graduate.