Lona J. Robertson
Associate Dean, Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences
Graduate Certificate offered (non-degree):
Bioenergy and Sustainable Technology (BSTCGC)
Graduate Certificate in Bioenergy and Sustainable Technology: The Graduate Certificate in Bioenergy and Sustainable Technology is a 15-credit hour program developed collaboratively with the University of Arkansas, Kansas State University, Oklahoma State University and South Dakota State University as part of the Great Plains AG*IDEA Consortium.
Admission to the certificate program will follow the University of Arkansas Graduate School requirements.
There are three core areas that correspond with three core courses: 1) feedstock production, 2) processing/conversion/utilization, and 3) sustainability (economics, life cycle analysis and environment). Students seeking the graduate certificate will take nine credit hours of core courses, and six credit hours of elective courses either in the Conversion Track, the Feedstock Track or the Sustainability Track.