Plant Production Specialization

Plant ProductionThe goal of this specialization is to give students an excellent background in the knowledge and skills relating to the biology and physiology, breeding, propagation, and management of domesticated plants. The plant industry, in both rural and urban settings, is a sector of growing importance to Canadian and global economies.

YOU MAY TAKE THIS SPECIALIZATION WITH ONE OF THE FOLLOWING MAJOR: Agro-Environmental Sciences

For questions about the Plant Production Specialization, please contact the bsc-advisor.agenvsc [at] mcgill.ca (student advisor).

COURSE REQUIREMENTS: 24 credits

To view the list of courses:

Bachelor of Science (Agricultural and Environmental Sciences) (B.Sc.(Ag.Env.Sc.)) - Plant Production (24 Credits)

CAREER PATHS CAN INCLUDE:

Graduates may find employment directly with plants in horticulture or in field crop development, production and management; or in government services, extension, teaching, consulting or post-graduate studies. When taken in conjunction with the Major in Agro-Environmental Sciences and the Specialization in Professional Agriculture, this specialization conforms with the eligibility requirements for the Ordre des agronomes du Québec.

For more career paths, please visit the Career Planning Service (CaPS) website.