Agriculture and Bioresources
Bioresource Management has entered a global age. Its concerns are universal and individual, large and small, rooted in tradition and driven by innovation. It happens everywhere—in rural fields, urban landscapes, laboratories, wetlands and boardrooms.
At the U of S, you will be part of that innovation. Here, you will be coached and mentored by a dedicated team of world‑class teacher‑scholars. You will attend classes in one of the most modern and extensive teaching and research facilities for agricultural science in the world.
The College of Agriculture and Bioresources is recognized by industry for the quality of our graduates who are consistently recruited by employers.
A 2006 survey of graduates between 2001 and 2005 confirms that over 97% of graduates are employed. Half of all graduates secure their first job before they graduate. In Canada alone, the agriculture and agri-food industry generates $95 billion annually and is the country’s third largest employer.