STS 2+2 Programs

STS 2+2 Programs

Skilled and Technical Sciences students

Learn teaching methods while taking experiential learning courses in welding, auto mechanics, engineering and more. Become a Nebraska secondary school teacher with an endorsement in Skilled and Technical Sciences (STS).

Completion of the 60 credit-hour requirement in the Skilled and Technical Sciences 2 + 2 Teaching Option at UNL, along with the completion of an associate of science degree within a post-secondary institution with a 2 + 2 agreement, will allow you to complete a BS degree in agricultural education with a Skilled and Technical Sciences endorsement from UNL.

The program is an agreement between the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR) and community college systems in Nebraska. The 2+2 program enables a student to complete 60 semester hours at a community college and earn an associate of science degree that transfers to the University of Nebraska--Lincoln (UNL). Program student packets from UNL and participating community colleges are listed below.

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Central Community College  Metropolitan Community College
Mid Plains Community College  Southeast Community College Northeast Community College

Course Equivalency List

Course equivalents have been identified between UNL and most Nebraska post-secondary institutions. Please go to the Transfer Course Equivalencies page to get a list of current course equivalents between NCTA or a community college and the University of Nebraska--Lincoln.

To check out our other transfer options, please see the "2+2 Transfer Programs" or the "1+2+1 Tranfers Programs" page.

Eric Knoll

Questions? Contact:

Eric Knoll
eknoll2@unl.edu
402-472-2470
Hear from a student in the ALEC's Skilled and Technical Sciences program option.
Quick Points
College: College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources
Degree Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Education
Hours Required 120
Minimum Cumulative GPA 2.75 for graduation
Minor Available No

What You'll Learn

Graduates of agricultural and environmental sciences communication will be able to:

  • Learn teaching methods while taking experiential learning courses in welding, auto mechanics, engineering and more.
  • Become a Nebraska secondary school teacher with an endorsement in Skilled and Technical Sciences (STS).

Career Outlook

  • Nebraska secondary school teacher with an endorsement in Skilled and Technical Sciences (STS)