Six Locations. One University.
Students interested in studying Agricultural Systems Management, Construction Systems Management, or Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering can begin their degree program at any of Ohio State's six locations. All of Ohio State's regional campuses offer first-year engineering courses, allowing students to transition smoothly to the Columbus campus after their first year.
Transitioning to Columbus
Students who have completed one full year of college coursework (30 semester hours) and have maintained a minimum of a 2.0 GPA at any of Ohio State's regional campuses are able to transition to the Columbus campus.
To begin the process of changing campuses, contact your academic advisor at your current (or previous) regional campus. Not sure who you advisor is or was? Contact the admissions office at your campus at the numbers below, or by visiting their website.
ASM and CSM Options
The Ohio State University ATI Campus in Wooster, OH offers two-year a Associate of Science in Construction Systems Management and Associate of Science in Agricultural Systems Management. Many students choose to complete their associate degree at ATI and then change to the Columbus campus to complete their 4-year degree.
Students may also begin the ASM and CSM programs on any of the other regional campuses. Students who attend the ATI, Lima, Mansfield, and Newark campuses have the option to live on campus in University residence halls or apartments.
Students interested in FABE can begin the Ohio State first-year engineering curriculum at the Lima, Mansfield, Newark, and Marion campuses.
Contact Information for Regional Campuses
Wooster (ATI): 330-287-1331