Organic and Sustainable Agriculture

College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences

Department of Agricultural and Food Systems

Study innovative agricultural systems to produce ecologically mindful and profitable foods, as well as marketing approaches to meet the global demand for organic and sustainable foods. 


  • Everett
  • Global Campus (Online)
  • Pullman

Degree Types:

  • Bachelor's
  • Certificate
  • Graduate Certificate


  • The Eggert Family Organic Farm, a 30-acre interdisciplinary organic farm and community center, with produce distributed through an on-campus food service, a local food co-op, a regional food hub, and an on-campus farm stand at WSU Pullman 
  • Greenhouses, farms, research centers, and other facilities available on campus and throughout the state 
  • First program of its kind to be offered in the nation 
  • Participate in undergraduate research guided by renowned faculty 
  • Blend of classroom instruction and hands-on field experience 


With an Organic and Sustainable Agriculture degree, you can work in: 

  • Organic certification inspection and food production consulting 
  • Organic crop and seed sales and marketing 
  • Organic dairy production and sustainable farm management 

Transfer Students

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Degree Options

Science in Agricultural and Food Systems

  • Pullman
  • Everett

Sustainable Agriculture

  • Pullman
  • Global Campus (Online)

Sustainable Agriculture Graduate

  • Pullman

Organic Agriculture

  • Pullman
  • Global Campus (Online)


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