The Agricultural Sciences program helps students identify a career in agricultural or natural resources that best fits them, and creates a course of study to help them get there.
Agricultural Sciences is an undergraduate studies program that provides flexibility in designing and structuring a course of study to meet the students' individual career goals. Students work closely with both academic advisors and career advisors to align their course of study with career paths.
The Agricultural Education degree is a graduate degree and licensure program that provides training and qualification for a variety of roles in education and agriculture.
Leadership Academy: The Leadership Academy is a one-year, not-for-credit program open to all undergradates in the Colleges of Agricultural Sciences and Forestry. Selected students evaluate their leadership strengths and areas for growth and set goals for long- and short-term leadership development. To learn more, go to the Leadership Academy page!
CASE Institute: CASE Institute is a professional development workshop to provide teachers training for the instruction related to a specific CASE course. CASE Institute sessions provide teachers important background related to the pedagogy used in CASE curricula and practice teaching various lessons to prepare them for classroom instruction.
Summer Ag Institute: Summer Ag Institute (SAI) is a three-credit, action-packed week-long, graduate-level class through Oregon State University that educates K-12 teachers with little or no background in agriculture. The goal of SAI is to help educators use agriculture as a context for teaching core academics - science, math, social students, and english.