Ohio State University ATI

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Website: ati.osu.edu
Type of college: 2-year technical and 2-year associates, with opportunity to transition to Ohio State University 4-year degree programs
Campus address: 1328 Dover Road, Wooster, OH 44691
Enrollment: 750
Full-time tuition (not including room and board): $5,000-$15,000 per year
Agriculture majors: Agribusiness, animal sciences (specializations: livestock, dairy, small ruminant, equine), agricultural communication, agriscience education, agronomy/crop management  and soil conservation, agricultural systems management, community leadership, construction systems management, power equipment/hydraulic power and motion control, biochemical sciences (specialization: pre-vet, food science), food business management.
Natural resources majors: Bioenergy, environment and natural resources, greenhouse and nursery management (specialization: greenhouse, nursery or greenhouse engineering), floral design and marketing, landscape horticulture, turfgrass management, biochemical sciences (specialization: biology), horticultural science, sustainable agriculture, professional golf management
Majors added within the last 5 years: Bioenergy, biochemical sciences, agricultural systems management, community leadership, sustainable agriculture
About: The Ohio State University ATI campus provides educational programs leading to associate degrees in agriculture, horticulture, environmental sciences, business, and engineering technology with a high value placed on lifelong learning.

ATI offers educational facilities such as a 1,700-acre working farm, greenhouses, 18-hole golf course, and engineering labs to name a few, to prepare students to be technically competent, self-reliant, and productive citizens in a global society.

ATI provides: and Associate of Science and Associate of Applied Science degrees and certificates which include general education and technical courses; credit and non-credit continuing education and workforce development opportunities; and transfer programs to higher levels of education.

Emphasis is placed on: preparing technically proficient individuals for various careers; developing skills and abilities in problem solving, critical thinking, leadership, and communication; and fostering an environment where diversity is valued and integrated throughout the Institute.

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