Type of college: 4-year public
Campus address: 2120 Fyffe Road Columbus, Ohio 43210
Enrollment: 2,500-3,000 undergraduates
Full-time tuition (not including room and board): $5,000-$15,000 per year
Agriculture majors: Agribusiness and applied economics; agricultural communication; agricultural systems management; agriscience education; animal sciences (specializations: animal biosciences, animal industries, veterinary technology, nutrition); community leadership (specializations: community and extension education, leadership); construction systems management; culinary science; entomology; food, agricultural and biological engineering (specializations: food engineering, agricultural engineering, biological engineering, ecological engineering); food business management; food science and technology; meat science; plant health management; plant pathology; professional golf management; sustainable plant systems (specializations: agronomy, agroecology, horticulture, plant biosciences, turfgrass science).
Natural resources majors: Environment, economy, development and sustainability (specializations: sustainability and business, environmental economics and policy analysis, community development, international development); environmental science (specializations: environmental molecular science, environmental science education, soil resources and environmental sustainability, water science); environmental policy and decision making (specializations: communication and behavior change, environmental and social justice, pre-law, international policy and law, policy and governance); forestry, fisheries, and wildlife (specializations: forestry, fisheries and aquatic sciences, wildlife); natural resource management (specializations: parks and recreation, natural resource administration and management, sustainable agriculture).
About: The mission of Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences is to provide personal attention, career track options, and real-world learning experiences that prepare students for a career closely aligned with their personal interests.
The college offers 22 majors and 31 minors along with nearly $3 million in scholarships and a 10:1 student to faculty ratio.
More than 40 percent of students participate in education abroad. 92 percent of students have a job or are enrolled in graduate or professional school within six months of graduation.
Ohio State offers a comprehensive array of distinguished academic programs, which foster a culture of engagement and service while preparing a diverse student body to become leaders and engaged citizens.
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