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: 600
Full-time tuition (not including room and board): $5,000-$15,000 per year
Agriculture majors: Agribusiness, Agricultural Communication, Agricultural Systems Management, Agriscience Education, Agronomy, Animal Sciences, Biochemical Sciences/ Pre-Veterinary Medicine, Community Leadership, Construction Management, Construction Systems Management, Crop Management and Soil Conservation, Dairy Cattle Production and Management, Floral Design and Marketing, Food Business Management, Greenhouse and Nursery Management, Horse Production and Management, Horticultural Science, Hydraulic Power and Motion Control, Landscape Horticulture, Livestock Production and Management, Power Equipment, Sustainable Agriculture and Turfgrass 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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