Your future is waiting. Seize it.
Are you interested in science? Do you like food? How about whales? The College of Agricultural Sciences offers diverse programs with endless opportunities to find degrees that pay and careers that matter. Are you a high school students exploring your path to college? Are you a transfer students that would like to learn about the transfer process?
Degrees that Pay. Careers that Matter.
The College of Agricultural Sciences offers educational opportunities for virtually endless career paths. Browse over 40 undergraduate degree programs, including more than 20 majors, many of which offer options for specialization. Take your education to the next level with one of our graduate degrees. Or, broaden your skillset by completing a graduate certificate. Whether you want to pursue your degree remotely or at one of our four campuses in Corvallis, Bend, La Grande, or Newport, find your next path forward here.
Get Out There.
There is no substitute for hands-on, real world experience, and you can find it here. The College of Agricultural Sciences provides opportunities to gain work experience in your field of interest and make key contacts for your future. Learn more.
Education within Reach.
As a land-grant institution, we are committed to our founding principals to provide access to education for qualified students from all backgrounds and experiences. We provide financial support with robust scholarships and grant opportunities to reduce economic barriers to education. Learn more about our scholarships and grant opportunities.
Careers that matter.
Let’s face it. We may want to pursue our passions, but we also want our passions to support us. The degrees and programs offered at the College of Agricultural Sciences lead to careers in high-demand industries. Many of the students we graduate find opportunities in their field where there are more jobs open than there are qualified people to fill them. And that’s not counting the careers we don’t even know will exist in the next five to ten years. Visit our degree page and explore the many opportunities available to you, or chat with a career advisor today to learn more.
Be a part of something bigger than you.
Your education is about more than your degree. Gain work experience and college credit through internships, fuel your passion for discovery through research, make new connections through student clubs, or travel the globe with our world-class faculty. Check out the options and opportunities.
Get the most out of your experience by getting OUT THERE.
The College of Agricultural Sciences has dozens of clubs and activities that will help you find communities related to your interests, explore topics completely new to you, make contacts to find internships and jobs after graduation, and have a ton of fun along the way. Check out the options and opportunities.
Our College by the Numbers
College isn’t just about studying—it’s about experience
Yan Yan | Crop and Soil Science | Chongqing, China
First-generation female college student in the US
Top prize for Branch Experiment Station Research Poster/Presentation
for the 2020 CAS Undergraduate Research Showcase
The Environmental and Molecular Toxicology Department hosts an 8-week paid summer internship program for OSU undergraduate students to gain experience in toxicology research. Students participate in laboratory, field and/or computer-based independent research under the supervision of EMT faculty in addition to learning about career opportunities in toxicology. Visit our website to learn more. Applications for Summer 2023 are due by March 1st. Our internship program is made possible through an endowment established by OSU Alum and Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, Dr. Sheng C. Chung Fang.