SMGT 250 Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security

New Course

This course offers an in-depth assessment of the economic, social, and environmental considerations of production agricultural systems that provide safe, reliable, and affordable food supplies for a growing human population. In addition to the maintenance of the economic viability of production agricultural systems, course topics will focus on: the maintenance of soil, water, and air resources; addressing issues of biodiversity loss; and, maintenance of rural community character and economies. Economic, regulatory, and public entity tools that promote sustainability in production agriculture will also be addressed.

Prerequisite: SMGT 115

SMGT 250 course syllabus

Semesters Offered: Fall 2023, Summer 2024

Credits: 3

Degree Level: Bachelor's