X. Degree Programs
Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management Degree (B.BRM)
The University of Guelph, in collaboration with the regional campus at Ridgetown, offers a 20.00 credit program, normally completed over 8 semesters, leading to a Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management degree (B.BRM). This degree was designed for students who do not intend to pursue post-graduate studies and are strongly focussed on securing employment that makes use of the knowledge acquired in their bachelor's degree.
This degree is a unique blend of applied and theoretical learning, with an emphasis on experiential learning opportunities. It is designed for those with a commitment to urban, regional, and/or rural stewardship and service of our living resources.
At the present time, only one major, Horticulture Management, is available in the program through the University of Guelph's Ridgetown campus (with Semester 5 to 8 credits available at the Guelph campus). A second major in Environmental Management is currently under consideration for offering in 2005-2006.