Tufts University Offers Online Graduate Certificate Program in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems
May 1, 2015 | seedstock
Sponsored Story – The Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University is currently accepting applications to the Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems online graduate certificate program.
Students in this 3-course program earn graduate credit while gaining a 360-degree perspective on the food system – from farms to supply chains to the consumer. Courses include:
- Sustainability on the Farm (fall semester)
- Supply Chains and Food Markets (spring semester)
- Sustainability and the Food Consumer (spring semester)
This program, in it’s second year, is ideal for professionals engaged in a variety of food-related businesses and organizations, as well as others interested in implementing sustainable practices for their organizations, partners, and communities.
Applying to the certificate program is easy and applications for Fall 2015 admission will be reviewed on a rolling basis through July 1, 2015, or as space permits.
Learn more about taking a single course or apply for the entire 3-course graduate certificate program in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems.