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Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

  • Undergraduate Program

    Undergraduate Program

    Macdonald offers a variety of undergraduate degrees, majors and specializations in agricultural and environmental sciences, bioresource engineering, dietetics, food and nutrition, life sciences and agricultural economics

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  • Freshman Program

    Freshman Program

    The Freshman Program is geared towards students from outside Quebec to study towards a BSc in the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences or the School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition.

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  • Graduate Studies

    Graduate Studies

    More than one-quarter of our students are graduate students, making the campus a hub for discussion and debate regarding issues of the environment, ecosystems, biosciences and bioproducts, food, food safety and security, nutrition and health.

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  • Field Studies

    Field Studies

    Field Study Semesters are offered in East Africa (Kenya or Tanzania), Barbados and Panama. A 2-week field course in Sustainable Agriculture in Cuba is also offered.

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  • Farm Management and Technology Program

    Farm Management and Technology Program

    This three-year college-level academic and practical program is designed to promote career mobility in the agri-food sector, giving students the skills needed to operate and manage an agricultural enterprise.

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  • Internship Program

    Internship Program

    Internships are a great way to "test-drive" a career and gain experience outside the classroom

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  • Continuing Professional Development

    Continuing Professional Development (cpd@mac)

    CPD@MAC offers workshops geared towards professional development and skill upgrading in the fields of agriculture, food safety, nutrition, water resources management and environmental studies

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Welcome to the Macdonald Campus of McGill University, home of the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition. If you are you interested in hands on learning focused on finding solutions to real world problems in the natural sciences, environment, agriculture, food, applied economics, and engineering, our programs at the undergraduate and graduate level may be just what you are looking for.