B.Sc. (Agr.) Organic Agriculture
The Organic Agriculture major offers students an integrated approach to learning in the rapidly expanding world of organic agriculture. Courses encompass food production, food security, processing and marketing, environmental health, and rural community sustainability. A systems approach is taken to the design and operation of crop and livestock production systems which are socially responsible, ecologically sound, agronomically feasible, and economically sustainable.
Further details of the B.Sc.(Agr.) and the Organic Agriculture Major are available via the following links:
Introduction of New Organic Agriculture Certificate
The University of Guelph is introducing a new certificate in organic agriculture that will be available to all undergraduate students in fall 2018, encouraging broader student enrollment in organic and alternative agriculture courses. After consultation with students, the University has replaced the organic agriculture major of the bachelor of science in agriculture degree with the new certificate. Read more of this story.
Program Counsellor - B.Sc.(Agr.) Organic Agriculture
Johnston Hall (Main foyer)
Phone: 519-824-4120 x. 54800
Consult with your Program Counsellor for issues such as Academic Consideration, Late Add/Drop, Course Selection, Internal Program Transfers, Letters of Permission, and questions about your Schedule of Study.
Consult with your Faculty Advisor for questions related to Career Opportunities, Graduate Program Options, Specialization Requirements, and Course Substitutions.
Department Undergraduate Program Coordinators
Undergraduate Program Assistant
Department Undergraduate Coordinator