Postgraduate Certificate Sustainable Food Systems
The Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Food Systems at Portland State University provides students with a multidimensional understanding of the social, environmental, and economic impacts of the food sector.
|Full-time Duration||1 year|
|Starting in:||January, April, June, September|
|Tuition Fee:||$732 per credit|
|Location:||Portland Campus (Portland, United States)|
Courses in the Sustainable Food Systems program at Portland State University are offered in a range of academic areas related to food systems, including public administration, community health, urban and regional planning, business, and education, allowing students to tailor their course selection to align with their interests and career goals.
The Public Administration Department collaborates with the following Units to offer this certificate: College of Urban and Public Affairs, Graduate School of Education, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, School of Business and the Institute for Sustainable Solutions.
What can you do
The Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Food Systems at Portland State University offers students the opportunity to explore the complex issues and relationships between food, people, and society. The program draws on the expertise of faculty from departments across the University, providing an interdisciplinary understanding of the issues, perspectives, strategies, and solutions involved in creating sustainable food systems. It connects a range of academic areas related to food systems, including public administration, community health, urban and regional planning, business, and education.