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The Department of Agricultural Education and Agricultural Sciences (formerly General Agriculture) is one of twelve departments within the College of Agricultural Sciences. We are headquartered on the OSU Corvallis campus in Bexell Hall. Below are the degree programs and minors offered through our department.
Undergraduate Bachelors of Science Degree:
Agricultural Sciences: Our undergraduate degree in Agricultural Sciences is offered on the Corvallis Campus, Extended Campus, and Eastern Oregon University in LaGrande.
Agricultural Sciences is an undergraduate studies program that provides maximum flexibility in designing and structuring a course of study to meet the students' individual career goals. The goal of the Agricultural Sciences program is to help students identify the agricultural career in which they are most interested and build a course of study that will qualify each student for his or her chosen profession. Advising is of paramount importance in this process and major emphasis is placed on career advising.
Areas you can emphasize within this program are general agriculture, leadership and communication, and teacher preparation
Campus wide OSU Leadership Minor (Corvallis campus and Extended Campus): This minor applies to students of all majors and is intended to enhance the leadership potential of students throughout the university.If you are interested i dveloping your leadership potential, the Leadership Minor is for you!
Master’s in Agricultural Education (Corvallis campus): The Agricultural Education degree is a graduate degree and licensure program with the primary mission to prepare qualified agricultural educators for a variety of roles in education and agriculture. The department provides a primary source of teachers of agriculture and offers service and leadership to the teaching profession.
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