Master of Agriculture in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Environment
The program’s curriculum will explore a variety of modern agricultural pursuits framed by sustainable practices that will include non-traditional and viable enterprises in agriculture, alternative value-added products, modern farming techniques, food safety, and small business marketing. It is a program ideal for small landowners, urban farmers, value-added and cottage food makers, educators, government agents, or anyone interested in local food production.
Overview of the Master of Agriculture in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Environment*
- 36 credit hour program
- Fully online
- No admission examination required
- Second cohort will begin classes in Fall 2016
- Applications collected through Apply Texas and processed by the Office of Graduate Admissions
The Department of Agricultural Sciences and Engineering Technology will also offer a new Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Agriculture. This 12 credit hour online program will build competencies in the most current aspects of the agricultural industry, including agricultural advocacy, alternative agricultural enterprises, entrepreneurial activities, agritourism, conservation, and innovative marketing strategies.
For more information on enrollment, please contact Dr. Mark Anderson 936-294-3367 firstname.lastname@example.org