Sustainable Food Systems
Duration/Start: 1 year / September
Credential: Advanced Diploma
The advanced diploma in Sustainable Food Systems emphasizes innovation in food production and post-harvest management in the context of enhancing food security.
You will learn both industry-standard and leading-edge approaches to food production in the greenhouse and field through learning activities in fruit, vegetable, and agronomic crop production, greenhouse operations, plant breeding, pest-management plant propagation, and nutrient management. You will also have the opportunity to work closely with our faculty on projects aimed at addressing real-world food related problems.
To graduate with a Sustainable Food Systems advanced diploma you will need to successfully complete 63 academic credits and 12 practical credits.