Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management

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Communities in Canada and around the world are seeking leaders to implement effective, natural-resource-based solutions to meet social and environmental needs. U of G’s Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management (BBRM) program combines advanced studies in science, technology, and business management. Participate in faculty-lead field trips and obtain experiential learning credits through research and summer job experience.

Sample First Year Courses

Environmental Management Equine Management Food Industry Management

Discovering Biodiversity

General Chemistry I

Introduction to Environmental Sciences

Canadian Business Management

Introductory Financial Accounting

Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology

Individuals and Groups in Organizations

Introduction to Environmental Economics, Law and Policy

Biology of Plants and Animals in Managed Ecosystems

Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology

Introduction to Equine Management

Introductory Financial Accounting

Principles of Animal Care and Welfare

Chemistry

Introductory Microeconomics

Equine Anatomy and Physiology

Biological Conepts of Health

Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology

General Chemistry I and II

Individuals and Groups in Organizations

Business Mathematics

Introductory Financial Accounting

Economics of the Agri-Food System

*Course selection will vary by major.

Curious about what other courses you'll take throughout your degree? Checkout this programs' Academic Calendar

Majors

Estimated Cutoff Ranges

Environmental Management and Equine Management: 75-78% 

Food Industry Management: 76-80% 

Note: Estimated cutoff ranges are based on the admission averages from previous years and are provided solely as a point of reference. Exact cutoffs for the current cycle will be determined by the quantity and quality of applications received and the number of spaces available in the program. Co-op averages will often exceed the estimated cutoff ranges.

Our grads have worked here:

  • Canadian Food Inspection Agency
  • Greenhawk Equestrian Sport
  • Owens Corning
  • TD Canada Trust
  • Ministiry of the Environment and Climate Change Canada

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