Students enrolled in the Center for Continuing and Professional Education’s Sustainable Food Systems certificate program will complete three courses and receive 11.7 continuing education units as well as a Certificate in Sustainable Food Systems.
This program provides students with the knowledge and practical skills needed to establish and maintain a small business in farming or food processing. Students will choose to pursue one of the two available farming tracks: sustainable farming or food processing.
The certificate program in Sustainable Food Systems is designed for people seeking either undergraduate academic credit (for-credit) or continuing education (non-credit). Information about undergraduate academic credit can be found under the Bachelor of Professional Studies tab.
January 8, 2020
Scholarships for Veterans and Military Family Members who wish to enroll in the non-credit or for-credit certificate program are available.
Contact Mat Garrison at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions regarding scholarship eligibility.
Funding for this certificate program is made possible by The Boeing Company.