Diploma in Agriculture: practical, hands-on education in business management, crop management, livestock management or general agriculture.
B.Sc. (Agribusiness): the study of the business and economics of food, with a focus on agribusiness, agricultural economics, or international agribusiness.
B.Sc. (Agriculture) has three areas of specialization:
Animal Systems: the study of animal production including genetics, anatomy, physiology, nutrition, health and reproduction
Agronomy: the study of crop production, soil management and water resources
Plant Biotechnology: an education in the sciences and advanced biotechnologies applied to the improvement, protection and uses of agricultural and horticultural crops
B.Sc. (Agroecology): the study of managed ecosystems and how we can achieve economically and environmentally sustainable agricultural production
B.Sc. (Food Science): explores how raw commodities are processed into healthy, safe and appealing foods, with a focus on either business or science
B.Sc. (Human Nutritional Sciences): promoting human health through food, nutrition and healthy eating for individuals and communities
Masters and Ph.D. programs offered by our eight departments.
Pre-Veterinary Studies: the Faculty offers a two-year pre-veterinary program to prepare Manitoba students for study at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Over two million Canadians are involved in the agri-food industry, from producers to food processors, financial officers to research scientists, plus many more rewarding careers.
More than 90% of Agricultural and Food Sciences students are employed in their career one year after graduation.