Graduate Assistantships – Oregon State University

Corvallis, ORBachelor’s Degree RequiredMaster’s & Doctoral Assistantships


The Department of Agricultural Education and Agricultural Sciences is pleased to announce multiple Masters and/or Ph.D. level assistantships for qualified graduate candidates who have an interest in teaching Agricultural Education, Agricultural Leadership, and Agricultural Sciences. The Department of Agricultural Education and Agricultural Sciences is a team who prepares leaders, communicators, and educators to meet the demands of 21st century agriculture and those served by it.


If you have a passion for Agricultural Education, youth leadership development, community and civic leadership and engagement, STEM education, or career and technical education, this is a great opportunity for you. This position combines rigorous masters or doctoral education programs with instruction and advising duties. Successful candidates for funded assistantships must meet the admission requirements for admittance into the College of Education Agricultural Education option. In addition, candidates must be able to work independently and in teams, and be willing to collaborate in multi-disciplinary projects. Preferred applicants will have excellent teaching skills and outstanding verbal and written communication skills.


Master’s Assistantships - Successful candidates must be admitted to the Master of Science (MS) in Agricultural Education degree program. A Bachelor’s degree is required, preferably in the areas of Agricultural Education, Extension Education, Agricultural Leadership, Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural Communications, or other related degrees. Preference is given to candidates with three or more years’ experience working in agricultural education, or related fields. The program length is approximately two years, and a thesis is required for completion of this program.


Doctoral Assistantships - Successful candidates must be admitted to the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Education (concentration in Agricultural Education) degree program. A Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree are required, preferably in the areas of Agricultural Education, Extension Education, Agricultural Leadership, Agricultural Communications, or other related degrees. Preference is given to candidates with three or more years’ experience working in agricultural education, or related fields. The program length is approximately three years, and a dissertation is required for completion of this program (in some circumstances, applicants seeking a MS and PhD may be accepted for a four-year program receiving a MS and PhD).


Qualified candidates will receive assistantship funding to teach graduate and undergraduate courses in Agricultural Education, Agricultural Sciences, Leadership, and Agricultural Science and Natural Resource Communications. Assistantships are 9-month, .49 FTE positions with the opportunity for summer teaching employment. Salary and benefits are competitive and funded assistantships include full tuition waivers.


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