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Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute

The Ohio State University ATI
Established 1969
Type Public
President Michael V. Drake
Director Dr. James Kinder
Students 700 (ATI campus)
Undergraduates 700 (ATI campus)
Location Wooster, Ohio
Colors Scarlet and Gray
Nickname Buckeyes
Website [2]

The Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute (Ohio State ATI) located in Wooster, Ohio, is an associate degree-granting program within the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences[1] of Ohio State University.[2] It is one of Ohio State University's six campuses [3]The curriculum includes general and basic studies that are applied and technical courses, and a paid industry internship. Ohio State ATI is the largest institution of its kind in the U.S., enrolling approximately 700 students and offering 31 programs of study. The university's Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center is adjacent to the campus.

Ohio State ATI is ranked number one in the nation among two-year institutions granting associate degrees in agricultural and related sciences.[4]


Ohio State ATI offers Certificates of Competency, Associate of Applied Science (AAS) and Associate of Science (AS) degrees in the following areas:

Associate of Applied Science
  • Business Management
  • Construction Management
  • Crop Management and Soil Conservation
  • Dairy Cattle Production and Management
  • Floral Design and Marketing
  • Greenhouse and Nursery Management
  • Horse Production and Management
  • Hydraulic Power and Motion Control
  • Landscape Horticulture
  • Livestock Production and Management
  • Power Equipment
  • Turfgrass Management
Associate of Science
  • Agricultural Business
  • Agricultural Communication
  • Agricultural Systems Management
  • Agriscience Education
  • Agronomy
  • Biochemical Sciences
  • Construction Systems Management
  • Dairy Science
  • Environment and Natural Resources
  • Food Business Management
  • Horse Science
  • Horticultural Science
  • Livestock Science
  • Professional Golf Management (1+3 program)
  • Renewable Energy
  • Sustainable Agriculture
Certificate of Competency
  • Bioenergy
  • Hydraulic Service and Repair
  • Sports/Commercial Turf Equipment
Other options
  • College Credit Plus
  • Continuing Education
  • Workforce and Professional Development
  • Online Education


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External links

  • Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute at National Center for Education Statistics: College Navigator

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