The College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences majors must take certain prerequisite courses before certifying into the degree program. Complete these WSU courses (or transferable equivalents*) with a GPA of 2.5 or better:
*Connect with an academic advisor for details on transferrable equivalents.
Students may join the program as a transfer student from a community college (recommended to complete an AA-DTA) or another 2/4 year institution. Actual time to complete the program will depend on the completion of UCORE requirements prior to transfer. Students interested in participating in the transfer program are encouraged to contact our WSU advisor for information specific to their situation.
The Bachelor of Science in Organic and Sustainable Agriculture requires:
In addition to academic coursework, students in the Organic and Sustainable Agriculture major also enjoy opportunities to gain practical, hands-on experience with the discipline.
Students in the Organic and Sustainable Agriculture program will have the opportunity to participate in an internship in order to gain practical experience in the field prior to graduation. WSU Everett faculty and advisors can assist you in identifying and securing this valuable experience.
Select in-discipline classes are taught by research faculty from the WSU Mount Vernon Northwestern Washington Research and Extension Center, located just 35 minutes north of WSU Everett. Students desiring to extend their program of study may be able to participate in agricultural research projects through the Center and cooperating agricultural enterprises.
Apply for admission to WSU Everett as a transfer student.