The AgriScience Education major will prepare students to acquire a license to teach high school agricultural or food science, become a sales representative, or work in business, industry, or government positions requiring social intervention and initiatives. Students completing this major earn the degree Bachelor of Science in Agriculture.
Ohio State academic programs are designed to prepare students to sit for applicable licensure or certification in Ohio. If you plan to pursue licensure or certification in a state other than Ohio, please review state educational requirements for licensure and certification and state licensing board contact information at go.osu.edu/onground.
Possible Career Options
|Agricultural Educator||Commodity Organization Leader|
|International Development Specialist||Public Relations Manager|
Classes and Curriculum
Students will study agricultural science, educational psychology, instructional methods, and youth development. The program requirements a student will follow are determined by their admit term (first term of undergraduate enrollment at Ohio State).
|Enrolled Autumn 2015 - Summer 2019 (pdf)|
|Enrolled Autumn 2019 - Summer 2022 (pdf)|
|Enrolled Autumn 2022 and thereafter (pdf)|
Numbers are based on responses from graduates at six months post-graduation date.
* Average Salary: $40,625
Agricultural Education Society
The Agricultural Education Society is the oldest student organization on The Ohio State University campus. More than 125 years old, the organization is steeped in the tradition of providing enriching experiences to students interested in agricultural education. The organization is open to any Ohio State student.
|Student Services Coordinator|
|Department of Agricultural, Communication, Education, and Leadership|
|Coordinator of Prospective Student Services|