Guelph's academic programs are carefully constructed to offer you the most rewarding hands-on learning experience posssible. Our curriculum integrates a strong foundation in broad-based liberal learning with concentrated study in specialized and applied fields, ranging from the arts through to veterinary medicine.
The information published here outlines the programs of study beginning in Fall 2007 for the 2007-2008 academic year.
The University of Guelph makes every effort to ensure the information contained herein is as current as possible. The University reserves the right to make changes to policies, programs and services without prior notice.
Benefit from the University of Guelph's world-renowned reputation in agri-food research while you develop your skills in one of our two-year diploma programs offered at four campuses across the province. Our programs prepare you to be a knowledgeable, self-reliant and more competitive contributor to the agricultural, environmental, rural development and food sectors. The leadership skills and community awareness you will develop through our hands on approach to learning will help you to achieve future success in one of Ontario's largest employment sectors - Agriculture and Food. No matter which of the four campuses you choose to study at, you will benefit from the student-centred environment and strong sense of community.
Diploma students with a cumulative average of 70% or higher may qualify for acceptance into a B.Sc., B.Sc. (Agr), B.Comm. (Agricultural Business specialization) or BA degree program with advanced standing. As well, these degree programs may award diploma graduates advanced standing based on diploma courses completed with a 70% average. Students can also transfer between campuses at the start of any of the four semesters to continue with their diploma studies.