The Controlled Environment Agriculture Bachelor's Degree is a collaborative, interdisciplinary program combining expertise in areas such as Indoor Agriculture Systems, Plant Sciences, Building Systems, Health and Nutrition, and Business to provide a well-rounded base of knowledge for a wide range of career opportunities.  Students will take a hands-on, real-world approach to learn about all processes involved in growing and developing food and/or other plants in an indoor setting - including, but not limited to: space design and construction, facility management and maintenance, climate control systems, plant biology, design of different types of indoor agriculture systems (including hydroponics, aquaponics, aeroponics), chemical and nutritional makeup of different plant types, and business and accounting practices.  

For department information or additional degree requirements, go to the Technology and Occupational Sciences, College of department page.

Total Credits Required 120
General Education

Must achieve a "C" (2.00) or higher and a 2.25 GPA or better in technical concentration courses.


Recommended Minors and Certificates:

Business Administration Minor (20 credits: ACT 230, MGT 121 and MKT 230 are included in minor)

HVAC Minor (20 credits: HV 171 and HV 172 are included in minor)

Plant-Based Wellness Certificate (16 credits)

            Cannabis Operations Certificate (16 credits)

Recommended Electives:

            BI 412 - Biostatistics

            PR 332 - Corporate Social Responsibility