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Careers for Master's and PhD Graduates of OAC

What career path can I pursue with a masters or PhD in food, agriculture, communities and the environment?

Graduates from OAC master's and doctoral programs are making an impact in food, agriculture, communities and the environment. With a strong demand for highly skilled graduates, OAC alumni are well-positioned for inspiring and innovative careers all over the world. 

Over a 20-year period (1999-2019), over 4,100 students have graduated from the Ontario Agricultural College (OAC) master's and doctoral programs. The OAC Graduate Destinations initiative documents their career status as of 2019. Discover the results of the research below.

OAC Career Destinations Fact Sheets

Pursuing a master’s or doctoral degree at OAC is a decision to pursue a highly sought-after degree that will help you Improve Life and your career. This study illustrates the diverse career opportunities available to our master and PhD program graduates by highlighting the 2019 employment data of a 20-year cohort.

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By Academic Unit

  • Department of Animal Biosciences
  • Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics
  • Department of Food Science
  • Department of Plant Agriculture
  • School of Environmental Design and Rural Development
  • School of Environmental Sciences
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By Sector