Sustainable Agriculture Technology

Triton's Sustainable Agriculture Technology degree is designed to provide students the skills necessary to manage an environmentally sound and sustainable urban food production system. Graduates are qualified for numerous positions associated with sustainable agriculture including horticulture, nursery operations, agricultural education and managing food production.

Upon completing the degree, students will be able to design a sustainable urban food production system; analyze social and political frameworks of sustainable food systems; prepare solutions to address environmental issues caused by landscape practices; and demonstrate model landscape management practices to provide a healthier environment.

 
$3,690 Average Tuition Per Year
63 Average Credit Hours Required
 

Career Opportunities

  • Landscaping
  • Horticultural product marketing and merchandising
  • Landscape, field, and production manager
  • Arborist/tree care specialist