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Sustainable Agriculture

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Sustainable Agriculture

The Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Agriculture provides post-baccalaureate students with an interdisciplinary understanding of practices and current issues in sustainable agriculture, along with the science that makes it work.  Students who earn the Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Agriculture may take these skills into all industries and agencies involved in the food chain; from production, processing, and delivery to policy, regulation, and education. Students in any WSU graduate degree program are eligible for the certificate if they meet the prerequisites of the courses needed for the certificate. Students pursuing a graduate certificate may only accumulate 6 credits toward a master’s degree and 9 credits towards a Ph.D. degree.

Students not in degree programs are also eligible to earn the certificate by enrolling as non-degree students, again providing that they meet the prerequisites of the courses needed for the certificate. Apply for admission to an academic department, indicating your intention to be classified as a part-time, certificate graduate student.

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