- Bachelor of Science (Agriculture) in Plant Science
A major in Plant Science is a four-year program for students with a passion for plants.
- Bachelor of Science (Agriculture) in Environmental Sciences
The Environmental Sciences program will give you the knowledge to understand and solve real-world problems related to environmental chemistry and biology, soil and water quality, waste management, climate and environmental economics.
With a specialization in:
- Environmental Biology
- Environmental Chemistry
- Environmental Economics
- Environmental Soil Science
- Pest Management and Waste Management
- Bachelor of Technology in Environmental Landscape Horticulture
The first two years of this four-year program are the successful completion of either the Environmental Horticulture Diploma or a similar two-year horticulture-related program approved by the Department of Environmental Sciences.
- Bachelor of Technology in Landscape Architecture
This program gives students the tools to design functional, sustainable and aesthetically pleasing public spaces and contribute to environmental and human health.
- Diploma in Technology Managed Landscapes
With this two-year program you get both classroom and practical outdoor training to become a Certified Horticultural Technician.
- Plant Science (Diploma)
Our two-year Plant Science Technology program is unique as it allows you to concentrate in the areas of your specific interests.
- Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Environmental Biology
The Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Environmental Biology digs deep into how living organisms interact with their environment.
- Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Food Bioscience
The Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Food Bioscience will train you to become an expert in the areas of food science, nutraceutical sciences and research methods, and will equip you to contribute to sustainable regional and global agri-food systems, human and animal health.
- Certificate in Integrated Pest Management
The Certificate in Integrated Pest Management explores the importance of managing many different kinds of pests – insects, weeds, and pathogens - that affect our natural and agricultural ecosystems.
- Master of Science
Will you concentrate your graduate studies and research in one of the disciplines offered under Bioresource & Environmental Sciences, Animal Science or Plant Science? Or will you pursue inter-departmental research? Learn more about your graduate studies options within the Faculty of Agriculture.
Other programs in agriculture
- View all progam options offered at the Faculty of Agriculture.