Student Learning Outcomes - A student with a Graduate Certificate in Agriculture will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:
Explain how knowledge of scientific principles, economic theories and management concepts are applied in agricultural practices to produce food and fiber for society.
Describe how local, state, national and international policies and perspectives impact agriculture and food production throughout the world.
Demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills in agricultural science classes.
Demonstrate the ability to analyze and solve agriculture problems individually and in groups.
The Graduate Certificate in Agriculture is an eighteen graduate credit hour program of study with a 12 credit hour core of classes and a 6 credit hour animal science track and a 6 credit hour plant science track.
Admission Requirements - To be accepted into the program, a student must have an undergraduate degree in agriculture or an undergraduate degree in a related major.