Undergraduate Program Information

canada agriculture - J Cranfield


On behalf of the Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics (FARE) I would like to welcome you to our undergraduate homepage and thank you for your interest in our undergraduate studies. My name is John Cranfield. I joined the department in 2001, and have been department chair since Fall 2014. I am currently serving as undergraduate coordinator for the academic year 2016/2017. I teach agricultural marketing and agricultural policy. I am also an alumnus from the department, earning my undergraduate and a graduate degree in agricultural economics. 
The Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics is a leading institution in research and education for agricultural and food business, economics and policy in Canada. On this homepage we provide prospective and current students with key information about our programs and career paths.

If you are a Prospective Student, here you can find out more about our three majors, career paths, admission to or how to prepare for the programs. These pages will also be useful for high school teachers and career counsellors.

If you are a Current Student, here you will find out about course offerings, faculty advisors,  important calendar dates, opportunities for research, international and experiential learning experiences, as well as employment opportunities during the term.

If you have more specific questions, or can't find the information you are looking for, please don't hesitate to contact me.