The Interdisciplinary Masters Degree program allows students to build a tailor made graduate program that will support learning and research in the field of Regenerative Agriculture.
Join us in creating a truly sustainable world through a system of agriculture that addresses the biggest issues of our time—global climate change, soil health and enhanced ecosystem services, food and water security—while offering increased yields and greater health and prosperity for farmers and ranchers and the greater community.
Our Graduate Studies Master Program in Regenerative Agriculture is open to students with a BS degree. It is an interdisciplinary approach, drawing from Agriculture, Environmental Sciences, Nutrition or Communications and Education that allows you to design a program best suited for your interests and goals with the guidance of an advisory team of faculty.
The Online Certificate program allows to you to benefit from many of the same courses without the need of having a Bachelor’s degree. It is especially appropriate for farmers, ranchers, and community members who require the ability to work on their own schedule while continuing to work full-time or attend to other responsibilities at home.
Students can create their own program by identifying 30 units of graduate and senior level courses from the course catalog together with an advisory team of faculty. All students will take AGRI 490 Experimental Design and 6 units of Thesis Units.
Our students are involved in research related to Regenerative Agriculture. Master's thesis projects vary depending on the student, and can be of their own design, or follow the design of a funded research project already underway. Students interested in conducting research and completing their graduate degree in Regenerative Agriculture are encouraged to visit with one of the faculty affiliates about available projects.
Spring 2021 Application filing period begins: August 1, 2020