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Agricultural Education B.A to a Master's in Soil Science/Agronomy



Hi, I graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor's of Science in Agricultural and Extension Education from WVU. I have been teaching for about 6 years now and I interested in totally leaving teaching completely and getting  a master's of science in either soil science or agronomy. I have talked to professors at WVU about it, and since I do not have a bachelor's in soil science, they seem less than enthused. They have not said I am ineligible, but I get the feeling I maybe. There are about 26 to 35 (depends on the professor) between my degree and the undergraduate Agronomy degree. 

What should I do? I can take a general agriculture master's of science with no thesis but its 36 hours with 12 graduate hours.... I really want to work in soils, such as a soil conservationist or a wet land conservationist and etc. What would you do if you were in my shoes? 

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