Fall 2012 – Summer 2013
The Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences offers a number of minor programs.
For registration information, see Procedures for Minor Programs.
For information about the Minor in Environment, consult Programs, Courses and University Regulations > Faculties & Schools > McGill School of Environment > Undergraduate > Minor in Environment.
The Minor in Agricultural Economics will complement a student's education in four ways. First, as a social science, Economics will provide an alternative perspective for students in the Faculty. Second, the Minor will provide an excellent foundation of the workings of the economy at large. Third, it will aid students in understanding the business environment ...
For more information, see Minor Agricultural Economics (24 credits).
This Minor program is designed to allow students in non-agricultural production majors to receive credit for courses in agricultural production and to stimulate "cross-over" studies. The Minor can be associated with existing major programs in the Faculty, but in some instances it may require more than 90 credits to meet the requirements of both the Major and the ...
For more information, see Minor Agricultural Production (24 credits).
The Minor Animal Biology is intended for students who wish to further their studies in the basic biology of large mammals and birds. Successful completion of the program should provide students with a sound background in the field of biomedical studies and the use of animal models. It should also qualify students to apply to most veterinary colleges in North ...
For more information, see Minor Animal Biology (24 credits).
The Minor in Animal Health and Disease is offered to students wishing to understand general animal physiology and function, the susceptibility of animals to various diseases, methods for limiting and controlling potential outbreaks, and the resulting implications for the animal, the consumer, and the environment. It is an ideal choice for students who are ...
For more information, see Minor Animal Health and Disease (24 credits).
Food, water, air, the materials we use, and much of the diversity of life and recreation we enjoy are products of ecological systems. We manage ecosystems to provide these services and our use and misuse often degrades the ability ecosystems to provide the benefits and services we value. In the Applied Ecology minor you will develop your ability to understand how ...
For more information, see Minor Applied Ecology (24 credits).
The Minor Ecological Agriculture is designed to focus on the principles underlying the practice of ecological agriculture and is suitable for students wishing to farm and do extension and government work, and those intending to pursue postgraduate studies in this field. This Minor can be associated with existing major programs in the Faculty, but in some ...
For more information, see Minor Ecological Agriculture (24 credits).
The Minor program consists of 27 credits in courses that are environment related. By means of a judicious choice of complementary and elective courses, Bioresource Engineering students may obtain this Minor with a minimum of 12 additional credits.
The Environmental Engineering Minor is administered by the Faculty of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics (see Programs, Courses and University Regulations > Faculties & Schools > Faculty of Engineering > Undergraduate > Academic Programs > Minor Programs > Environmental Engineering Minor).
|Courses available in the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (partial listing):|
|BREE 322||Organic Waste Management|
|BREE 416||Engineering for Land Development|
|BREE 518||Bio-Treatment of Wastes|
|MICR 331||Microbial Ecology|
The Minor Human Nutrition is intended to complement a student's primary field of study by providing a focused introduction to the metabolic aspects of human nutrition. It is particularly accessible to students in Biochemistry, Biology, Physiology, Anatomy and Cell Biology, Microbiology and Immunology, Animal Science, or Food Science programs. The completion of 24 ...
For more information, see Minor Human Nutrition (24 credits).
Students enter this minor to acquire a global and applied understanding of agriculture as a fundamental tool to help rural development, alleviate poverty and reach food security, especially in the developing world. This program provides students with a combination of coursework at McGill together with a hands-on experience in a developing country, meeting locals ...
For more information, see Minor International Agriculture (24 credits).