Agricultural Sciences (Corvallis campus): The Agricultural Sciences minor is available for undergraduate students who have majored in an area that requires the addition of breadth in agriculture to their major program. Students will have the chance to take courses within a resource management umbrella theme, as well as agriculture production. The minor allows for upper division coursework exploration across our college's various departments. The minor is 27 quarter credits and must include a minimum of 12 quarter credits of upper division (300/400 level coursework).

 

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 in developing your leadership potential, the Leadership Minor is for you! 

 

Comparative International Agriculture Minor (Corvallis Campus): The minor provides students with opportunities to explore international agricultural concepts through classroom and practical experiences, cultural immersion via study/research abroad, and/or international fieldwork. The 27 credit hour curriculum prepares students for successful post-baccalaureate international and globally-focused careers, or those seeking graduate studies in international agriculture programs. Students examine current international agricultural issues, communication across cultures, and diverse issues and trends. To be eligible to apply for this minor, students must have a cumulative 2.0 GPA or higher and be in good standing with Oregon State University. For more information or to declare the minor, please contact Lead Advisor Dawn Moyer at dawn.moyer@oregonstate.edu