MCGILL UNIVERSITY - MACDONALD CAMPUS

MCGILL UNIVERSITY - MACDONALD CAMPUS

Mission Statement:

McGill University's agricultural programs are offered at the 650-hectare Macdonald Campus in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, 40 kilometres from Montreal. The Macdonald Campus offers four undergraduate degrees: a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, a Bachelor of Engineering in Bioresource Engineering, a Bachelor of Science in Food Science, and a Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences (Dietetics and Human Nutrition). This campus maintains livestock and field facilities for teaching, demonstration and applied research. The agricultural science, dietetics and human nutrition programs are designed to promote sustainable agricultural practices and reliable food supplies.

Programs Offered Include:

Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
Agricultural Economics , Agricultural Engineering , Animal Biology , Animal Science , Applied Zoology , Botanical Sciences , Dietetics , Environment , Environmental Biology , Food Science , General Agricultural Sciences , Microbiology , Nutrition , Plant Science , Resource Conservation , Soil Science , Wildlife Biology

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