Sustainable Agriculture Degrees in Ohio

Associate of Science Degrees (2 year) and Certificates


Certificate/Degree offered:

A.S. in Sustainable Agriculture

Transition opportunites into OSU's College of Food, Agriculture and Environmental Studies to earn a B.S. in Natural Resources Management, with a specialization Sustainable Agriculture (see below for more information).

Visit the program website: 

V. Ryan Haden, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Soil Science and Agronomy
The Ohio State University - ATI
Phone: 607-229-9922


 Certificates/Degree offered:

A.A.S. in Sustainable Agriculture (2-year)
One-year Technical Certificate in Sustainable Agriculture
Short-term Technical Certificate in Specialty Crops
Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC)

Visit the program website:

Brett Joseph, LL.M., Ph.D.
Program Coordinator
Phone: (440) 366-7247
Cell: (440) 265-1089


Bachelor of Science Degree (4 year)


Degree offered:

B.S. in Sustainable Agriculture

The B.S. degree in Sustainable Agriculture is an interdisciplinary major that overlaps coursework with Agribusiness, Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Physics, Manufacturing Engineering, and Water Resources Management. 

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Cadance Lowell, PhD
Professor and Chair
Department of Agricultural Sciences
Central State University

Degree offered:

B.S. in Natural Resources Management, Sustainable Agriculture Specialization 
Sustainable Agriculture minor

Agriculture and food systems are central to the well-being of our society and vital to the condition of our environment. In this specialization, students will gain knowledge and practical experience in the development of sustainable agriculture.

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 Jeff Sharp, PhD
Director, School of Environment and Natural Resources
The Ohio State University