Complementary courses in Professional Agrology

Here is the current list of courses which can be taken to satisfy the complementary course requirement for Professional Agrology.

Note:

  • This list applies only to students in the Agro-Environmental Sciences Major. Complementary courses for Professional Agrology taken under the Agricultural Economics Major are listed in the eCalendar.
  • All credit counted as complementary in Professional Agrology must be unique. This means that it cannot be used anywhere else in your program, for example as complementary in your Major.
Course code Course title term credit weight

AEBI 421

Tropical Horticultural Ecology (offered in Barbados)

S 3

AEBI 425

Tropical Energy and Food (offered in Barbados)

S 3

AGEC 330 

Agricultural and Food Markets

odd F 3

AGEC 332 

Farm Management and Finance 

F 3
AGEC 333 Resource Economics F 3

AGEC 425 

Applied Econometrics 

even F 3

AGEC 430 

Agriculture, Food and Resource Policy 

W 3

AGEC 442

Economics of international Agricultural Development

W 3

AGEC 450 

Agriculture Business Management 

even W 3

AGRI 310

Internship in Agriculture or Environment

S 3

AGRI 325

Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security (offered in Guatemala)

S 3

AGRI 340

Principles of Ecological Agriculture

W 3
AGRI 411 Global Issues on Devel., Food and Ag. W 3

AGRI 435

Soil & Water Quality Management 

not currently offered 3

AGRI 550

Sustained Tropical Agriculture (taught in Panama)

W 3

ANSC 301

Principles of Animal Breeding 

W 3

ANSC 312

Animal Health and Disease 

W 3

ANSC 324

Developmental Biology and Reproduction 

W 3

ANSC 433

Animal Nutrition and Metabolism

W 3

ANSC 451

Dairy and Beef Production Management

W 3

ANSC 458

Swine and Poultry Production 

F 3

ANSC 560

Biology of Lactation 

F 3

BREE 216

Bioresource Engineering materials

F 3
BREE 217 Hydrology and Water Resources W 3

BREE 314

Agri-Food Buildings

W 3

BREE 322

Organic Waste Management 

F 3

BREE 327

Bio-Environmental Engineering 

F 3
BREE 329 Precision Agriculture W 3

BREE 451-453, and 485

Four Undergraduate Seminars

  0.5-1

BREE 490

Engineering Design 2

F, W 3

BREE 495

Engineering Design3

F, W 3

BREE 531

Post-Harvest Drying

  3

BREE 532

Post-Harvest Storage

  3

ENTO 352

Biocontrol of Insect Pests

W 3
ENVB 529

GIS for Natural Resource Management

F 3

FDSC 200

Introduction to Food Science

F 3

FDSC 251

Food Chemistry

W 3

FDSC 300

Principles of Food Analysis

F 3

FDSC 305

Food Chemistry 2

F 3

FDSC 310

Post Harvest Fruit and Vegetable Technology

F 3

FDSC 315

Separation Techniques in Food Analysis

W 3

FDSC 319

Food Commodities

W 3

FDSC 330

Food Processing

W 3

FDSC 334

Analysis of Food Toxins and Toxicants

W 3

FDSC 400

Food Packaging

W 3

FDSC 405

Food Product Development

F 3

FDSC 442

Food Microbiology

F 3

FDSC 515

Enzymology

W 3

FDSC 516

Flavour Chemistry

W 3

FDSC 525

Food Quality Assurance

W 3

FDSC 540

Sensory Evaluation of Foods

  3

NUTR 343

Accounting and Cost Control

W 3

PLNT 300

Cropping Systems

F 3

PLNT 302

Forage Crops and Pastures 

F 3

PLNT 305

Plant Pathology

F 3

PLNT 307

Agroecology of Vegetables and Fruits

W 3

PLNT 310

Plant Propagation 

W 3

PLNT 312

Urban Horticulture

odd W 3

PLNT 322

Greenhouse Management

even W 3
PLNT 430 Pesticides in Agriculture W 3

PLNT 434

Weed Biology and Control 

W 3

PLNT 435

Plant Breeding 

W 3

SOIL 326

Soils in a Changing Environment

not currently offered 3

SOIL 331

Environmental Soil Physics

not currently offered

3

SOIL 510

Environmental Soil Chemistry 

not currently offered

3

SOIL 535

Ecological Soil Management

W 3