2017-2018 B.Sc.(Agr.)

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Once a Schedule of Studies is published, the University does not go back and “fix it” when courses are deleted or changed. To help you keep track of what you need to graduate, changes to your Schedule of Studies are listed below. Some students find it useful to review these changes with a copy of their Program/Academic Evaluation in front of them. This way you can mark off what you have completed and what you still need to complete. Please note that more often than not, substitutions won’t show up on your Program/Academic Evaluation. If you find errors on your Program/Aacademic Evaluation, or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact your Program Counsellor.

Changes are listed for each major:

Changes for Animal Science:

ANSC 3270 now requires ANSC 3080 instead of ANSC 2430.

ANSC 4230  is now called "Challenges and Opportunities in Dairy Cattle Production" to reflect its focus on dairy production. Prerequisites are now ANSC 3080, ANSC 3120 and MBG 3060.

ANSC 4010 is a new course called "Animal Welfare Judging and Evaluation". It requires ANSC 1210 and ANSC 3080. Please talk to Melinda or Ira about using this as a restricted elective in Option A. *update* This course also requires ANSC 4090 or have ANSC 3090 as a co-requisite (starting Fall 2019).

ANSC 3090 is a new course called "Principles of Animal Behaviour". It requires ANSC 1210 (and is currently in the calendar as "Vertebrate Ethology"). It will move to a Fall offering and be offered Fall 2019. It will become a prerequisite for ANSC 4090.

ANSC 4090 is moving to a Winter offering. It will require ANSC 3090 as an additional prerequisite. It will not be offered Fall 2019, but will be offered Winter 2020.

EQN 3050 will not be offered Winter 2020. It is gaining a lab component and be called EQN 3250: Equine Exercise Physiology. EQN 3250 will be offered starting Fall 2020.

Changes for Crop, Horticulture and Turfgrass Sciences:

AGR 4020 is a new course called Percision Techniques for Plant Agriculture. It's offered in Fall and requires (BIOL 1050 or BIOL 1070), STAT 2040 and AGR 2470.

PBIO 4290 is a new course called Cannabis Production. It's offered in Winter and requires 14.50 credits, ENVS 3300, CHEM 1040 and one of ENVS 2040 or ENVS 3210.

HORT 3270 will not be offered Winter 2020. It will be offered Winter 2021. UPDATE: They have an instructor, so it will be offered Winter 2020!

CROP 3340 will move temporarily to the Winter and will be offered Winter 2020, not Fall 2019 (then next offered Fall 2020).

HORT 4200 will not be offered Winter 2020. It will be offered Winter 2021.

PBIO 3110 is required in Semester 6. This has been corrected now, but for a few months, it was omitted. 

ENVS 2340 is no longer offered. 

HORT 4380 will be offered every other year, in even numbered years (offered F18, but not F19).

HORT 4200 will not be offered Winter 2020.

Changes for Honours Agriculture:

AGR 4020 is a new course called Percision Techniques for Plant Agriculture. It's offered in Fall and requires (BIOL 1050 or BIOL 1070), STAT 2040 and AGR 2470.

PBIO 4290 is a new course called Cannabis Production. It's offered in Winter and requires 14.50 credits, ENVS 3300, CHEM 1040 and one of ENVS 2040 or ENVS 3210.

ANSC 4230  is now called "Challenges and Opportunities in Dairy Cattle Production" to reflect its focus on dairy production. Prerequisites are now ANSC 3080, ANSC 3120 and MBG 3060.

ENVS 2340 is no longer offered. You must complete ENVS 2040 as a subsitution for this course. ENVS 2040 cannot count as a restricted elective for Honours Agriculture. 

Changes for Organic Agriculture:

ANSC 4230  is now called "Challenges and Opportunities in Dairy Cattle Production" to reflect its focus on dairy production. Prerequisites are now ANSC 3080, ANSC 3120 and MBG 3060.

ENVS 2340 is no longer offered.