Sustainable Food Production Certificate

Curriculum HRT.SFD.CERT (C401E)

Designed for learners who wish to focus on how to produce nutritional food crops and methods to overcome the availability of fresh and nutrition food produce.

Upon successful completion of the Sustainable Food Production Certificate, the learner will be able to:

  • choose sustainable food production practices for nutritious food;
  • analyze methods of improving nutritious value of food through sustainable food production practices;
  • examine government policies and regulations which control production of nutritious food products; and
  • appraise techniques of solving the challenges of urban food production.

Last Update Effective: 8/25/13

Semester One

Credit Hours


SAT 100

Principles of Agroecology



SAT 105

Urban Agriculture Issues






Semester Two


SAT 210

Sustainable Plant Production for Human Nutrition



SAT 220

Designing Food Production Systems in Urban Landscaping



SAT 230

Managing Food Production Systems in the Urban Landscape








Total credits required for graduation


See SAT course descriptions.

Coordinator: Tom Elsey, Ext. 3550