CSM and ASM Students
For students pursuing a degree in Agricultural Systems Management or Construction Systems Management, acceptance into the university automatically qualifies the student to enter either of these majors. There is no additional application; once you enroll at Ohio State, you are automatically enrolled in the CSM or ASM program.
Incoming freshmen interested in pursuing a degree in Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering should first apply for freshman admission to The Ohio State University at apply.osu.edu.
Students admitted to Ohio State who have indicated Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering as their major will be considered for direct admission into the College of Engineering based on their academic performance in high school and their ACT or SAT test score. Students who are admitted to Ohio State but not directly enrolled in the College of Engineering will be enrolled in the Science and Technology Exploration program.
Transfer students interested in pursuing a degree in Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering should first apply for transfer admission to The Ohio State University at apply.osu.edu.
Enrollment for transfer students into the College of Engineering is competitive. For students transferring from another institution of higher education:
- If you have fewer than 30 semester credit hours, you will be considered under the criteria for new students in Engineering as described in the previous sections.
- If you have more than 30 semester credit hours and a GPA at your previous institution of 3.0 or higher, and have completed college level calculus you will be directly enrolled as a pre-major in the program of your choice. You may not enter as an undeclared pre-major.
- If you have more than 30 semester credit hours but do not meet the 3.0 GPA, you will be enrolled in Science and Technology Exploration.
For more information on admission to Ohio State or the Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering program, please visit https://engineering.osu.edu/academics/admissions.