Join the first master’s program dedicated 100% to regenerative organic agriculture
- Advance your career in a growing field
- Per USDA, nearly 60,000 high-skilled agriculture job openings expected annually
- Gain skill in applying regenerative organic principles
- Learn how to improve soil health and water quality to mitigate climate change
- Consciousness-BasedSM education for inner development
- Financial aid typically covers all costs*
*Federal grants and loans available to most US citizens and permanent residents
Welcome! Our newly offered MS in Regenerative Organic Agriculture (MS-ROA) highlights best industry practices to cultivate an ethical relationship with the world’s natural resources to support greater resiliency in our environment and economy.
Add value to your career and community
Be a part of restoring balance back to our soils, our environments, and our food, feed, and fiber chains! Whether you are a professional in agribusiness, farmer, educator, or consultant, you will gain a strong foundation in the principles and practices of regenerative organic agriculture to help you advance in your profession.
Fully online, 16-month program
Flexible, affordable, online program designed for working adults. The MS-ROA program is delivered part-time over three semesters and one summer – offering a convenient option for individuals looking for career development while juggling a career, family, or other commitments.
What is regenerative agriculture?
Regenerative agriculture is a systems-based approach to agriculture that leverages natural ecology to build soil, improve water efficiency, and increase biodiversity while emphasizing healthy food, feed, and fiber as the foundation of a strong community.
You’ll learn the Transcendental Meditation® technique, an evidence-based technique that enhances clear thinking, reduces stress, and promotes creativity. In addition, our unique system of Consciousness-BasedSM education will help you to connect everything you’re learning to who you are at your core.
Get started by contacting Jess
Jess Nohle will be your admissions counselor. Jess will provide you with all the details of becoming an online graduate student, including connecting you with program faculty when you have questions.