Mission Statement:

The University of Guelph offers a wide variety of academic programs for undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students who are interested in obtaining advanced degrees, diplomas and certificates in their field of study. Program areas include the natural and physical sciences, social sciences and the humanities, the arts, agriculture, business and technology. The university's campuses include the main one in Guelph, satellite campuses in Alfred, Kemptville and Ridgetown, and a collaborative university with the Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning in Toronto, appropriately called the University of Guelph-Humber.

Programs Offered Include:

Apprenticeships at Kemptville Campus
Agricultural&Heavy EquipTech Co-op Diploma

Bachelor of Applied Science
Adult Development, Families and Well-Being , Applied Human Nutrition , Child, Youth & Family

Bachelor of Arts
Agricultural Economics , Anthropology , Art History , Classical Languages , Classical Studies , Criminal Justice and Public Policy , Economics , English , Environmental Governance , European Studies , French Studies , Geography , History , Information Systems and Human Behaviour , International Development , Major To Be Determined , Mathematical Economics , Mathematics and Statistics , Music , Philosophy , Political Science , Psychology , Rural and Development Sociology , Sociology , Spanish Studies , Studio Art , Theatre Studies , Women's Studies

Bachelor of Arts and Science
Arts and Sciences

Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management
Environmental Management , Equine Management

Bachelor of Commerce
Agricultural Business , Hotel and Food Administration , Housing and Real Estate Management , Human Resources Management , Management Economics (Industry and Finance) , Marketing Management , Public Management , Tourism Management

Bachelor of Computing
Computing and Information Science

Bachelor of Engineering
Biological Engineering , Engineering Systems and Computing , Environmental Engineering , Mechanical Engineering , Water Resources Engineering

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
Landscape Architecture

Bachelor of Science
Animal Biology , Applied Math & Stats , Bio-medical Science , Bio-medical Toxicology , Bio-physics , Biochemistry , Biological Chemistry , Biological Science , Chemical Physics, Co-op , Chemistry , Earth Surface Science , Ecology , Environmental Biology , Environmental Toxicology , Food Science , Human Kinetics , Marine and Freshwater Biology , Microbiology , Molecular Biology and Genetics , Nanoscience , Nutritional and Nutraceutical Sciences , Physical Science , Physics , Plant Bio-technology , Plant Biology , Psychology: Brain and Cognition , Theoretical Physics , Wild Life Biology , Zoology

Bachelor of Science - Technology
Applied Pharmaceutical Chemistry , Physics, Computing and Communications

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
Animal Science , Crop, Horticulture and Turfgrass Sciences , Organic Agriculture , Urban Landscape Management

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences
Earth & Atmospheric Science , Environmental Economics & Policy , Environmental Geography , Environmental Monitoring & Analysis , Environmetrics & Modelling , Natural Resources Management

Certificate Programs
Diesel Equipment Mechanic , Equine Management Certificate Program , Food Service Worker , Industrial Welding & Fabrication , Veterinary Medical Office Administration

Diplomas (Ontario Agricultural College)
Agriculture , Environmental Management , Food, Nutrition and Risk Management , Horticulture , Turfgrass Management , Veterinary Technology

English as a Second Language
English Language Certificate Program

Ontario Veterinary College
Veterinary Medicine