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College of Agriculture & Bioresources

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We are committed to responsibly caring for the environment while finding solutions to meet the demands of a hungry and growing world.

At the College of Agriculture and Bioresources, you will be coached and mentored by a dedicated team of world-class teacher-scholars and will attend classes in one of the most modern and extensive teachings and research facilities for agriculture science in the world.

As a graduate of your program, not only will you leave with excellent, industry-endorsed scientific training, but also with a foundation of marketable career skills.

A Moment with uSask College of AgBio

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Meet the Speaker

Mary Stirling
Recruitment
and Student Advising Officer

Contact Information
Email: agbio.studentservices@usask.ca
Phone: 306-966-4056
Website: agbio.usask.ca

Undergraduate Programs

Empower Your Economic Knowledge and Skills

At the College of Agriculture and Bioresources you will be coached and mentored by a dedicated team of world‑class teacher-scholars and will attend classes in one of the most modern and extensive teaching and research facilities for agricultural science in the world. 

As a graduates of our programs, not only will you leave with excellent, industry-endorsed scientific training, but also with a foundation of marketable career skills.

Strategic Commitment

Adapting to uncertain environmental and socioeconomic climates and ensuring food and water security for a rapidly growing global population are the biggest challenges humanity has faced. By focusing on adapting to changing environments, AgBio can promote the resilience the world needs to address environmental and social change, and ensure food security, water security and soil security at local, national and global scales. We will focus our resources, and revise our faculty standards, to support our priority activities. 

In this changing environment, the only strategy for success is to readjust our thinking, our teaching and our research to this new reality. We will develop new approaches to understand our physical world, and to providing knowledge, products and human capacity. 

Our goals for 2025 support the University of Saskatchewan pillars of Discovery, Teaching and Learning, Engagement and Indigenization. 

Ag x Bioresources Areas of Study

Interested in an area of study but not sure what program to take? Check out our theme areas to see all of your options:

Plants and Animals: The sustainable management, production, and genetic improvement of agricultural and domesticated plants and animals.

Food, Feed, and Bioproducts: The use of renewable resources to provide safe and accessible food, sustainable sources of nutrients, pharmaceuticals and fuels.

Soil, Environment and Ecology: Protecting renewable resources and the environment through responsible management and conservation of the world’s soil, water, and ecosystems.

Agribusiness and Applied Economics: Management, Entrepreneurship, Policy and Economics relating to agricultural and bioresources.

Kanawayihetaytan Askiy – “Let Us Take Care of the Land”

This is a uniquely designed certificate program that is focused on providing a broad range of topic areas specific to the management of lands and resources on federal reserve lands. This program examines basic environmental, legal and economic aspects of land and resource management in Aboriginal communities.

Indigenous Resource Management Diploma: Upon completion of the Kanawayihetaytan Aski certificate you may choose to further develop your knowledge of resource management. This program teaches students the skills required for future employment as land managers as well as the scientific and traditional knowledge required for research and decision-making.

Indigenous Lands Governance Diploma: After completing the Kanawayihetaytann Aski certificate you will have the opportunity to gain a more in-depth understanding of land governance. This program provides a background in governance, management, administration and political science as they relate to Aboriginal Communities.

Unique Facilities at the College of Ag x Bioresources

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