Community Agriculture Certificate

General Description

The Certificate in Community Agriculture develops participants' knowledge and skills to effectively participate in or manage urban/community farms that combine food production with a focus on addressing economic, health, and/or social justice concerns.

NB: Students must achieve at least an overall grade point average of 3.0 for courses within the certificate program. The certificate will only be awarded upon the successful completion of all requirements and the attainment of an undergraduate degree.

CERTIFICATE IN COMMUNITY AGRICULTURE

College of Humanities & Sciences

Degree Specifics: 21

Required Cumulative GPA: 3.0

Catalog Year: 2017-2018

Summary

Required Courses6
Elective Courses6
Total Hours12

Required Courses

Take these courses
ENST 396Supervised Internship (PEAS)6
ENST 398Cooperative Education/Intern6
ENST 430Culture & Agriculture3
ENST 480Food, Agriculture, Environment3
Total Hours18

Elective

Rule: Students must complete a 3-credit course on social organization, social factors influencing human behavior, and/or the practice of facilitating and leading groups (e.g. SOCI 350; S W 300). Advisor approval of course selection is required.