The Institute of Applied Agriculture offers a 60-credit, 2-year certificate program in sustainable agriculture.
The Sustainable Agriculture Certificate program in partnership with Kansas State University (Olathe) provides education, hands-on experience and internships in production and direct marketing of locally grown food.
The Graduate Program in Sustainable Agriculture (GPSA) and the Iowa State University Department of Community and Regional Planning offer a double degree program leading to the Master of Science degree in Sustainable Agriculture and the Master of Community and Regional Planning degree.
Examines sustainable agriculture from the "humanities, social science, and natural science perspectives." Study includes field-based practicum course with local farmers and community partners.
The Wendell Berry Farming Program of Sterling College is a two-year, tuition-free program, based in Henry County, Kentucky, through which students earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sustainable Agriculture from Sterling College.