What role does education in agriculture have in developing countries? Explore this question in AEE 400 through collaborative and inquiry-based learning.

Students Collaborate in the Krause Innovation Studio

Students Collaborate in the Krause Innovation Studio

Course Description

Development and implementation of educational programs in agriculture in developing countries. Prerequisite: INTAG 100 or INTAG 481 (can be discussed with instructor).


To develop the global competency of future change agents so that they, in turn, can guide future learners to gain knowledge, develop skills, and acquire dispositions for living in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse world.

Course Offering

Spring semester

Tuesday/Thursday, 1:00 - 2:15 PM

Maximum of 24 students

Instructional Team

Melanie J. Foster, Assistant Professor (mjm727@psu.edu)

Global Teach Ag! Learning Specialist

106 Agricultural Administration Building; 814-867-3831 (office)

Twitter Handle: @GlobalMelanie

Nur Husna Bitnti Abd Wahid, Graduate Teaching Assistant (nba107@psu.edu)

Global Teach Ag! Visiting Fellow

Twitter Handle: @Nba107Nur