University of Guelph 1999-2000 Undergraduate Calendar

X--Degree Programs

Horticultural Science

Department of Plant Agriculture, Horticultural Science Division.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Al Sullivan, Rm. 4222, Bovey Building, Ext. 2792.


BOT*2300 [0.50] Plant Physiology *(3 or 4)
CHEM*2580 [0.50] Introductory Biochemistry *(3 or 4)
HORT*3230 [0.50] Plant Propagation (5)
HORT*3280 [0.50] Greenhouse Production (6)
HORT*3510 [0.50] Vegetable Production (5)
HORT*4300 [0.50] Postharvest Physiology (8)
HORT*4420 [0.50] Fruit Crops (7)
PBIO*3110 [0.50] Crop Physiology (5)
SOIL*4090 [0.50] Soil Management (7)
*restricted elective

Note: Students are also required to selct the plant science and resources courses in semesters 3 and 4 (AGR*2301/2, AGR*2451/2) and replace AGR*2350 Animal Production Systems and Industry in their schedule of studies with 2 electives from CROP*4240, ENVB*3210 and ENVB*4100.

List A - Preferred Electives in Humanities and Social Science

DRMA*1500 [0.50] Introduction to Film
ECON*2000 [0.50] Contemporary Economic Problems in Canada
ECON*2100 [0.50] Economic Growth and Environmental Quality
ECON*3200 [0.50] Economics of Industrial Relations
ECON*2650 [0.50] Introduction to the Economics of Developing Countries
ECON*3620 [0.50] International Trade
ENGL*2200 [0.50] Postcolonial Literatures
ENGL*2640 [0.50] Culture, Location, Identity: Minoritized Literatures in Canada and Beyond
ENGL*2740 [0.50] Children's Literature
ENGL*2880 [0.50] Women in Literature
FREN*XXXX [0.50] Any French Studies Course
GEOG*2210 [0.50] Environment and Resources
GEOG*2230 [0.50] Economic Geography
GEOG*2510 [0.50] Canada: A Regional Synthesis
GEOG*2570 [0.50] A Geography of the Third World
GEOG*3320 [0.50] Agricultural Systems and Location
GERM*XXXX [0.50] Any German Studies Course
HIST*1150 [0.50] 20th Century Global History
HIST*1250 [0.50] Science and Society Since 1500
HIST*2140 [0.50] Building the Modern City
HIST*2800 [0.50] The History of the Modern Family
PHIL*2100 [0.50] Critical Thinking
PHIL*2120 [0.50] Ethics
PHIL*2180 [0.50] Philosophy of Science
PHIL*2600 [0.50] Business and Professional Ethics
POLS*2080 [0.50] Development and Underdevelopment
POLS*3050 [0.50] Canadian Political Parties, Elections and Pressure Groups
POLS*2200 [0.50] International Relations
POLS*2250 [0.50] Public Administration
POLS*2300 [0.50] Canadian Government
PSYC*2310 [0.50] Introduction to Social Psychology
PSYC*2330 [0.50] Principles of Learning
PSYC*2450 [0.50] Introduction to Developmental Psychology
PSYC*3020 [0.50] Psychology of Law
PSYC*3800 [0.50] Psychology and Education
ISS*2010 [0.50] Introduction to International Development
ISS*2500 [0.50] Management in Organizations
SOAN*2040 [0.50] Globalization of Work and Organizations
SOC*2090 [0.50] Urban Sociology
SOAN*3100 [0.50] Comparative Perspectives on Families and Households
SOC*4210 [0.50] Advanced Topics in Rural Sociology
SPAN*XXXX [0.50] Any Spanish Studies Course - see Faculty Advisor

List B - Electives in Agricultural Science and Related Disciplines

A list of faculty advisors for the following elective course groups is available from the Dean's Office, O.A.C.

Agricultural Economics and Business

Department of Agricultural Economics and Business


Department of Plant Agriculture, Crop Science Divison, and Department of Land Resource Science

Animal and Poultry Science

Department of Animal and Poultry Science

Environmental Biology

Department of Environmental Biology

Food Science

Department of Food Science

Horticultural Science

Department of Plant Agriculture, Horticultural Science Division


Land Resource Science

Rural Extension Studies

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