A niche in collegiate leadership education exists within departments of agricultural education. From their connection to agricultural youth organizations, these departments have a tradition in training teachers and club advisors in leadership education. This study examined the current state of collegiate leadership education in departments of agricultural education with the purpose of connecting with other leadership education scholars. The results indicated leadership courses were taught by departments of agricultural education for the primary use of their own students. However, a few of the departments reported that non-college of agriculture students enrolled in their agricultural leadership courses. Faculties who taught agriculture leadership courses were schooled in traditional agricultural education that consisted of educational methods and technology. Their leadership education skills were gained through specialized study. The implications of this study suggested several collaborative efforts including instructional cross-training and research opportunities.