Right Here. Right Now. Wright State.

COVID-19 information and resources. Visit our Coronavirus website.


Lake Campus Open House

Degrees and Programs

Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies: Agriculture Concentration

On this page:

Why Choose Agriculture?

The Wright State University—Lake Campus agriculture program offers hands-on, web-based, one-on-one instruction that provides you with the foundation and experiences for success in an agriculture career. Knowledgeable and skilled graduates are in high demand in the agriculture industry in Western Ohio. You will develop a well-rounded education in subjects like agronomy, business, communication, and livestock production. This program is flexible with highly qualified instructors that still work directly in the Ohio agriculture industry.

The program was developed to meet the demands of the agriculture industry in Western Ohio and is continually working to meet your educational needs for future agricultural careers. You will get a broad, well-rounded education in the areas of agronomy, business, communication, and livestock production. The program allows flexibility with highly qualified instructors that still work directly with agriculture.

Our program offers:

  • An affordable, quality education.
  • Excellent technical education that you can apply to your career.
  • A convenient campus or affordable campus housing.
  • Close to agriculture businesses and industry.
  • Small, interactive classes.
  • Preparation for a career in all aspects of agriculture

Careers

The program was developed to meet the demands of the agriculture industry in Western Ohio and is continually working to meet your educational needs for future agricultural careers. You will get a broad, well-rounded education in the areas of agronomy, business, communication, and livestock production. Our graduates have gone to work at TruPointe Coop, Reichert Dairy Farm, and Kenn-Feld Group.

Success Stories

Olivia McDade decided to pursue a degree in agriculture after growing up on her family farm in rural Darke County.
Wright State students and faculty travel with Ohio farmers to other countries to learn more about agriculture.

Academics and Curriculum

View Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies: Agriculture Concentration program information, degree requirements, and graduation planning strategy in the Academic Catalog.

Admission

Review the admission requirements and complete the admission application. Identify whether you will be majoring in agriculture.

If you are a current student and wish to change majors, go to the WINGS Express major/minor change request form and change your major. If you are an undecided/exploratory student, talk to your advisor about majoring in Agriculture.

Contact Information

Greg Homan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Agriculture, B.T.A.S., Organizational Leadership
937-775-8344, 419-586-0344
greg.homan@wright.edu

 


Take the Next Step

Finding the right college means finding the right fit. See all that Wright State University–Lake Campus has to offer by visiting campus.