For information about our online program, visit: Sustainable Food and Farming Online.
In addition to a vibrant campus program, there are almost 500 students studying Sustainable Food and Farming online from all over the world. The online program is particularly helpful for adults who are looking to change careers, but also complements the educational experience for undergraduates that want to take classes outside of the regular semester. All courses in the Certificate Program will count toward the new online A.S. or the on-campus B.S. degrees.
We offer a 15-credit Certificate Program that serves the needs of active learners who can’t come to campus. We are also accepting applications for our new 60-credit Associate of Science fully online degree program in Sustainable Food and Farming. The next application deadline for this online program is April 15th, 2019 and courses begin September 2019. Call Renee Ciulla with questions at 413-687-1392 or email email@example.com.
For a preview of all of our courses, see: Annual Online Class Schedule.