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Sustainability Degree Programs: Agriculture

 

Undergraduate Programs

INSTITUTION: Sterling College
DEGREE OFFERED: Sustainable Agriculture (B.A.)
DESCRIPTION: "Our Sustainable Agriculture program parallels the College’s mission by combining academic study, experiential challenges, and work. The College Farm, consisting of solar-powered barns, pasturelands, gardens, fruit trees, greenhouses, and a diversity of livestock, is a living lab for the exploration of sustainable agricultural systems. Working alongside faculty, students become involved in the farm through a college-wide Work Program, structured skill-building activities, and careful academic inquiry into farming systems."
WEBSITE: www.sterlingcollege.edu
CONTACT: Sterling College Admissions
PO Box 72
Craftsbury Common, VT 05827
(800) 648-3591
admissions@sterlingcollege.edu

Graduate Programs

INSTITUTION: Iowa State University, Graduate Program in Sustainable Agriculture (GPSA)
DEGREE OFFERED: Sustainable Agriculture (M.S., Ph.D.)
DESCRIPTION: "The intent of the GPSA is to develop student competence and
expertise in the design, implementation, and evaluation of sustainable agricultural systems." Another goal of the program is for students to have an understanding of "transdisciplinary and systemic thinking" as it relates to sustainable agricultural practices.
WEBSITE: http://www.sust.ag.iastate.edu/gpsa/
CONTACT: Graduate Program in Sustainable Agriculture
Iowa State University
110 Curtiss Hall
Ames, IA 50011-1050
515-294-6061

INSTITUTION: Ball State University, Department of Architecture
DEGREE OFFERED: Master of Architecture (March) Sustainability Concentration DESCRIPTION: The professional Master of Architecture degree (March) addresses the broad and various areas of knowledge needed to enter the profession. The curriculum is designed so the knowledge gained in it is general, usefully applicable, and cumulative. Concentrations in the professional program complement this curriculum. Concentrations are areas of emphasis in which students can choose to gain more specialized knowledge and skills in an area of their choosing. At Ball State, concentrations link a student's architectural studies to our allied design disciplines and / or address those issues that confront contemporary architectural thought and practice. Currently our concentrations include preservation, urban planning, landscape architecture, sustainability, and fabrication. Within the context of their concentrations, students can take advantage of college-related research centers that include the Center for Energy Research / Education / Service, Building Futures Institute, Land Design Institute, Institute for Digital Fabrications, and Community-Based Projects. Students may also formulate their own independent concentration with consultation and approval by the Program Director and the Graduate Admissions Committee. To complete a concentration a student must take a minimum of nine hours of approved coursework in the concentration as well as emphasizing the concentration in the thesis.
WEBSITE: http://www.bsu.edu/architecture/march1/
CONTACTS: John Coddington AIA, Chair
Department of Architecture
Ball State University
2000 University Avenue
Muncie, Indiana 47306
Phone: 765.285.1900
Fax: 765.285.1765
jpcoddington@bsu.edu

Robert J. Koester AIA, LEED AP
Professor of Architecture
Director
Center for Energy Research/Education/Service
Ball State University
2000 University Avenue
Muncie, Indiana 47306-0170
Phone: 765.285.1135
Fax: 765.285.5622
rkoester@bsu.edu

 

 



 
 
 
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