The A.S. in Sustainable Food and Farming is designed for those who wish to explore careers in sustainable agriculture but are not able to take classes on campus. The major offers flexibility in designing a personal program of study, allowing students to focus on production and marketing, agricultural education, and/or public policy, advocacy and community development. Students are not required to complete the degree in a set period of time or register for a set number of courses per semester.
The minimum high school GPA required for admission is 2.0/4.0 scale
Official SAT or ACT scores
Accreditation & Licensing
New England Commission of Higher Education
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