The Agroecology Program features an undergraduate major and certificate, graduate concentration opportunities and a number of specialized classes.
BS in Environmental Studies: Agricultural Sciences
The Agricultural Sciences major within the BS in Environmental Studies degree focuses on the agricultural sciences and would be suitable for students interested in career pertaining to food production, agricultural sciences and related natural resource management (e.g., soils, land, water and agro-ecological resources) in government agencies, agricultural research organizations or private industries.
Certificate in Agroecology
This is a new undergraduate certificate program in interdisciplinary agroecology and urban landscapes offered by the Department of Environmental Studies in strategic alliance with the Miami-Dade College, MAERC, and USDA's Agricultural Research Service. This interdisciplinary program is aimed at providing students with an opportunity to learn problems and issues that emerge from the interface between agriculture, natural ecosystems
Students who are accepted to the MS in Environmental Studies or
We have grant funding for undergraduate and graduate students.