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Certificate Program Application (Non-Degree)

Agricultural Entrepreneurship

The Agricultural Entrepreneurship Certificate is a non-degree, 21-hour program providing foundational knowledge in business and agricultural science and hands-on experience in agricultural production techniques. The Certificate prepares students to launch a successful agricultural enterprise.
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Sustainable Food Production

The Sustainable Food Production Certificate is a non-degree, 21-hour program that couples foundational knowledge in sustainable agriculture and marketing with critical hands-on experience in food production techniques that are environmentally, socially and economically viable. The Certificate prepares students with the theory, practice and real-life experience needed to manage or launch a successful sustainable agriculture production enterprise.
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Degree Program Application (Environmental Studies Concentrations)

Sustainable Food Production

The Sustainable Food Production concentration students provides fundamental knowledge in environmental science, soil, water and pest management science and essential practical experience in agricultural economics and production techniques that are environmentally, socially and economically viable. The concentration prepares students to launch a successful sustainable agriculture production enterprise or for employment in the organic and sustainable food industry, in global, national and state governmental agencies, and in non-governmental organizations promoting sustainable food production.
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Sustainable Resource Management

The sustainable resource management concentration provides the student with a strong, interdisciplinary background in the environmental arena and explores ways of meeting humanity’s current and future needs for energy, food and shelter that are scientifically, socially, and economically viable and that do not compromise earth’s resources and ecological systems. Upon completing this option, students will be able  to investigate and implement policies relating to the environment and natural resource conservation. This concentration prepares students to work in state and national parks, undertake environmental advocacy, develop programs for cultural and physical resource management and education, and continue study at the graduate level.
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