Students choosing a B.Sc. (Ag.Env.Sc.) degree are able to select specialized areas of study that will prepare them for a wide variety of careers. The B.Sc. (Ag.Env.Sc.) degree offers a choice of six majors, three of which are offered by the Department of Natural Resource Sciences:
to which students will add a specialization.
Each specialization consists of 24 credits of courses (required and complementary) that provide a coherent package designed to prepare students for a future in a given discipline. Students will select at least one specialization. However, students wishing to broaden their training have the option of choosing to do two.
- Animal Biology
- Animal Health and Disease
- Applied Ecosystem Sciences
- Environmental Economics
- Health and Nutrition
- Life Sciences (Multidisciplinary)
- Microbiology and Molecular Biotechnology
- Plant Biology
- Plant Production
- Soil and Water Resources
- Wildlife Biology
Students wishing to be eligible for certain professional qualifications may need to choose two specializations.
Admission information is available at http://www.mcgill.ca/undergraduate-admissions/