Contact the Office of Agricultural Education and Food Science


Agriscience Education

Agriscience Education part of the College of Education

The Agricultural Education program will prepare students for a career in agriculture. Students will be exposed to diverse experiences, learn to work with a diverse audience of learners, and be challenged to pursue an exciting career in the agricultural industry, extension, or teaching in the field of agriscience.

B.S in Agricultural Education

Earn an Ohio Teaching License in Agriscience Grades 7-12
Agriscience teachers are in high demand nationwide. There are 20-30 agriscience teaching positions in Ohio each year. The Ohio Department of Education requires a teaching license to teach in a public school. Admissions to the Agriscience licensure program requires students to meet the following admission criteria  2.75 collegiate GPA and a 21 on the ACT.

Earn a Minor in Sustainable Agriculture
Upon completion of the Agricultural Education Program, students will hold a B.S degree in Agricultural Education and a minor in Sustainable Agriculture.


The School of Agricultural Education and Food Science was established in 2016. The Agricultural Education degree programs were first offered in fall 2017.


Academic Program Offers
4-Year Degree in Agriculture

Agricultural Education - Extension Pathway
Agricultural Education - Agriscience Licensure Pathway

Cost of Education

Close to Home –– Located in Greene County near just outside of Xenia, Ohio, Down the Road from Yellow Springs, 20 miles from Dayton, and only 13 miles from Springfield, Ohio.

Transfer Options –– Articulation Agreements, Ohio Transfer Module 26, 2-year colleges are offering Agriculture related degrees that transfer to CSU to complete the degree.

Advisory Board of Business and Industry Partners

Faculty & Staff

Jon Henry
O: 937-376-6038


Katrina Swinehart
Assistant Professor
O: 937-376-6036


Camille Johnson
Program Coordinator
O: 937-376-6035