Sustainable Agriculture and Entrepreneurship
The Sustainable Agriculture and Entrepreneurship program is designed to provide landowners, farmers, and young adults with access to land the entrepreneurial skills necessary to start a new or further develop an existing land–based business. Many people in this program plan to apply the skills they learn to their own agriculture business or work for an agriculture–related business. Others will choose to continue their education by transferring to a four–year college or university. Whatever your intended outcome, you should have a strong desire to have a sustainable business on land you manage or own.
Entry: Fall Term
Length: 7 terms (21 months) or 2 years
Program: Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.)
View the appropriate Course Plan below:
Sustainable Agriculture and Entrepreneurship: Standard A.A.S. Option
Agriculture/Entrpreneurship Transfer Option: Standard + General Education Courses
The Transfer Option, an Arts & Sciences Focus Area, is designed to prepare students who plan to transfer to a four–year institution in order to pursue career opportunities which require a Bachelor's degree or above.
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Brydon Kaster, Program Coordinator
phone: (641) 856-2143 or (800) 670-3641, ext. 2216