Students minoring in Urban Agriculture acquire critical understandings and creative skills in three integrated areas: Food systems and food justice; Food production and distribution; and Community-building and collaboration.
Take one intro course (4 units):
ENVA 220: Introduction to Urban Agriculture
Take two courses in organic gardening (8 units):
ENVA 130: Urban Ag: Fall
ENVA 135: Urban Ag: Spring
Take two electives (8 units):
ANTH 235: The Anthropology of Food
ARCD 370: Construction Innovation Lab
ARCD 400: Community Design Outreach
BUS 304: Management & Organizational Dynamics
BUS 389: Advanced Culinary Skills
ENGL 235: Literature and the Environment
ENVA 145: Community Garden Outreach
ENVA 390: Special Topics in Urban Agriculture
HIST 341: Feast and Famine: A History of Food
MS 301: Green Media
- Before declaring the minor, students must meet with a faculty mentor for advising.
- Students may “double-dip” once with their major but may not double-dip with another other minors.
- Students can have no more than four courses in one department (e.g., ENVA); at least one must be in another area.