Academic Programs

The Faculty offers exciting programs at various levels of study.

Diploma of Collegial Studies (DEC)

Farm Management & Technology Program

Undergraduate Programs (Bachelor degree)

Degree programs at the undergraduate level in the Faculty may lead to a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in:

or a Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) degree in Bioresource Engineering.

The Faculty also offers students the possibility to do concurrent B.Sc. degrees in both Food Science and Nutritional Sciences.

Field Studies and Exchanges Abroad

Opportunities for field studies, internships or study abroad programs exist in many of our programs. The Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences participates in all university-student exchange programs available at McGill.

International exchanges help students develop the life skills they need in adapting to the rapid pace of change in the global environment. McGill students can study on exchange while paying McGill tuition and earning credits toward their degrees.

Post-Baccalaureate Certificates and Diplomas

The Faculty offers the following post baccalaureate certificates:

Graduate Programs

The Faculty offers MSc, MSc Applied and PhD programs in the areas of Agricultural Sciences, Biological Sciences, Bioresource Engineering, Biotechnology, Environmental Sciences, Food Science, and Nutritional Sciences. Additionally, the Faculty does offer some Graduate Certificates and Diplomas. Click here for a complete list of programs.

Many of the graduate programs offered at Macdonald give students access to the Neotropical Environment Option or the Graduate Option in the Environment offered by the McGill School of the Environment.