One of the potentially serious problems faced by educators in Agricultural Colleges is the changing background of students entering the colleges and the changing job market for graduates of agricultural programs (1, 2). If changes are occurring to a sufficient degree, then administrators must explore altering current programs to adapt to the new environment. Few studies (3, 4) have documented the change: thus, decisions are often made without a solid data base.



agricultural curricula, employment opportunities, changing trends

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