Earn a Master's Degree in Sustainable Food Systems
Sustainability transitions for food and agriculture systems require leaders who understand the interconnections among climate, plants, animals, people, our shared environment and health. Prescott College’s M.S. in Sustainable Food Systems centers justice and prepares you with the skills, knowledge and networks that will transform food systems based on biodiversity, ecosystem health, sustainable diets and regenerative economies.
Internationally recognized faculty with a track record of real-world impact
Specific opportunities to propose actions and policies
Asynchronous yet experiential coursework
Three concentrations: Sustainable Diets and Biodiversity, Food Justice, and Food Entrepreneurship. Dual MBA and MSFS Program also available.
This program is all about learning about what matters most about food from ecological, nutritional, anthropological, and financial perspectives. Support the strengthening of communities and their members by helping people re(build) healthy, just and sustainable food systems. Choose from three optional concentrations across three distinct areas of focus: Sustainable Diets and Biodiversity, Food Justice, and Food Entrepreneurship.
Why Prescott College?
Distinct degree programs designed to meet your unique needs with flexible online and applied learning.
Highly connected, small class sizes
Experiential learning approach
Leverage coursework in your own community
Focus on Social and Environmental Justice
Designed for professionals who work across the spectrum of sustainable food systems.
Registered Dietitian/Nutrition Educator
Food Policy Director/Analyst
Nonprofit Management/Executive Director
Community or Educational Farm Manager/Director
Technical Advisor for Food & Agriculture, Humanitarian Organization
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