With a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture, students will be prepared for a range of careers which include: agricultural production; agricultural projects and initiatives involving environmental challenges; management with government and financial institutions; educational roles / technology transfer (district agriculturists, home economists, agricultural representatives); work with international businesses / government agencies; research and development; and sales.
GPRC can offer students a modified first year program in preparation to transfer to year two of the Bachelor of Science program in the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences at the University of Alberta where students can specialize in one of the following areas: Agricultural and Resource Economics, Animal Science, Crop Science, Range and Pasture Management, or Sustainable Agricultural Systems.
Agricultural and Resource Economics
- BI1080 and BI2080
- 6 credits chosen from Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry
- EC1010 and EC1020
- Junior English (3 credits)
- Option (3 credits), second Junior English recommended
Sustainable Agricultural Systems