Bachelor of Science in Applied Biology (Sustainable Agriculture and Environment)
In this program, students explore how to grow food in a sustainable way, manage biodiversity and habitats for organisms that support our food production, and grow food in urban environments.
The topics of sustainable crop production, food security, biodiversity, soil and water resource management, and climate change are combined in order to stimulate students’ critical thinking about environmental issues. Further, students can tailor their studies to suit their specific interests, whether they are interested in agricultural production, integrated agroecosystem management, or plant or soil science.
As such, graduates will be prepared for careers that contribute to a sustainable, food-secure future.