Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management
Out of Province Requirements
Learn From the Best
Build unique skills and experiences by learning from accomplished faculty experts in food science, business, environmental science and animal science.
Gain Hands-On Experience
Select from co-op and internship opportunities relating to your goals for all majors.
Access Unique On-Campus Facilities
Horses and barns, food labs and 400 acres of gardens and trails at The Arboretum are all available to you.
National Recognition and Innovation
Study at one of Canada’s top 15 universities (ARWU, 2021).
Your Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management degree (BBRM) will lead to careers that use your leadership and management skills. The hands-on experience and theoretical knowledge you gain in your degree will prepare you for a wide range of careers in event or facility operations, regulation and remediation operations (environmental governance), business management, and many more.
Just a few career paths our graduates successfully pursue:
- Environmental Consultant
- Environmental Policy Analyst
- Environmental Regulation and Remediations
- Environmental Scientist
- Breeding and Foaling Manager
- Equine rehabilitation specialist
- Event or Facility Manager
- Sales and Marketing Manager
- Food Production Manager
- Logistics/Supply Chain Manager
- Quality Control Manager
- Research and Development Manager
This program was perfect for me because it is the most unique equine experience for students looking to get into the equine industry. The program is very hands-on and features opportunities like the equine internship which is an opportunity for students to get real-world experience.
Why Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management?
Want to change the world?
Bio-resource management will empower you to do just that. You’ll support sustainable research and business practices, while being on the leading edge of technology and innovation. The program is designed for those who want to pursue advanced studies in science, technology, and business management focused on a specific area of interest: food, equine or the environment.
The best of both worlds
Love business and science? You don’t have to choose. The BBRM is an interdisciplinary program that combines advanced studies in science, technology, and business management. But this powerful combination really comes to life with hands-on training in bio-resource management and stewardship. Translation? This real-world experience will empower you in your career pursuits and give you that competitive edge over others.
Your major, your goals
A co-op option is available for all three majors. You can also participate in faculty-led field trips and earn course credits for research and summer job experiences.
- Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management (BBRM)
- Specialized Majors
- in student satisfaction - Maclean's Canadian Comprehensive University Rankings 2020
|1||Introductory Financial Accounting||ACCT*1220||0.50|
|1||Principles of Animal Care and Welfare||ANSC*1210||1.00|
|1||Biological Concepts of Health||BIOL*1080||0.50|
|1||Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology||BIOL*1090||0.50|
|1||Introduction to Equine Management||EQN*1010||1.00|
|1||Introduction to Environmental Economics, Law & Policy||FARE*1040||1.00|
|1||Economics of the Agri-Food System||FARE*1400||1.00|
|2||Equine Anatomy and Physiology||EQN*2040||0.50|
|2||Individuals and Groups in Organizations||HROB*2090||0.50|
|2||Introduction to Canadian Business Management||MGMT*2150||0.50|
For more information about the Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management Degree (B.B.R.M.) program, please visit our 2022-2023 Academic Calendar
What Alumni from the program are saying about U of G
I really liked the flexibility that the program gave. You can choose a lot of electives toward business, so that was something that really drew me to the program.