Agroecology at the University of Florida is a collaboration between the Agronomy Department and the Soil and Water Sciences Department and includes three offerings: M.S. concentration and three graduate certificates. The core curriculum of each of these offerings emphasizes the interdisciplinary studies and global perspectives in agriculture, environment and society. Agroecology at UF incorporates local, regional, national and international research and study opportunities. 

Students can earn a Master of Science in either the Soil and Water Sciences Department or the Agronomy Department, with a concentration in Agroecology.  For students interested in studying Agroecology through the Soil and Water Sciences Department, contact Michael Sisk, Academic Program Specialist.

Learn more about Agroecology at UF.