Sustainable Agroecology Certificate

Curriculum HRT.AGR.CERT (C401F)

Designed for learners who wish to gain an appreciation and practical skills to use sustainable practices that will positively influence the quality of natural ecosystems and human environment.

Upon successful completion of the Sustainable Agroecology certificate program, the student will be able to:

  • design and manage a sustainable urban food production system;
  • analyze social and political framework;
  • prepare solutions to address environmental issues caused by landscape practices; and
  • demonstrate and model landscape management practices to provide a healthier environment.

Last Update Effective: 7/12/13

Semester One

Credit Hours


SAT 100

Principles of Agroecology



SAT 105

Urban Agriculture Issues



SAT 110

Natural Resource Management (Soils and Water)






Semester Two


SAT 130

Sustainable Plant Health Care



BIS 205

Field Ecology








Total credits required


See SAT course descriptions.

Coordinator: Tom Elsey, Ext. 3550

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