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  • 1.  
  • 2. Making the world a sustainable system is in your hands....
  • 3. What is Agroecology?
    • Unique to Western Canada
    • Focus on a sustainable food supply
    • Design and manage agroecosystems
    • Build a science based background
  • 4. Concentrations
    • Animal Studies
    • Horticulture
    • Resource Economics
    • Soils and Environment
    • General Agroecology
  • 5. Animal Studies
    • Physiology
    • Biochemistry and genetics
    • Nutrition
    • Production and management
    • Livestock, poultry, marine animals, and wildlife
    • Stepping stone to Veterinary Medicine
  • 6.
    • Animal Studies Careers
    • Veterinary Technician
    • Wildlife Program Assistant
    • Animal Production Officer
    • Animal Health Inspector
    • Animal Welfare Inspector
    • Animal Behaviour Technician
    • Animal Care Attendant
    • Dairy Scientist
  • 7. Horticulture
    • Gain knowledge about the science of plants
    • Integrated pest management
    • Biotechnology
    • Plant physiology
  • 8.
    • Horticulture Careers
    • Horticulturist
    • Crop Specialist
    • Greenhouse Technician
    • Technical Sales in Horticulture
    • Plant Inventory Specialist
    • Forestry Inventory Specialist
    • Botany Curator
    • Arborist
  • 9. Soils and Environment
    • The role of soil and climate in food production
    • Maintenance of air and water quality
    • Soil conservation
    • Land evaluation
  • 10.
    • Soils and Environment Careers
    • Ecologist
    • Hydrologist
    • Soil Scientist
    • Biometeorologist
    • Resource Manager
    • Conservation Officer
    • International Developer
    • Environmental Consultant
  • 11. Resource Economics
    • Economic theory and business management
    • Analyze problems in:
      • The food system
      • Renewable resources
      • Environmental policies
      • Community development
    Does it??
  • 12.
    • Resource Economics Careers
    • Resource Economist
    • Agribusiness Manager
    • Community Outreach Officer
    • Technology Development
    • Economic Development Officer
    • Business Development Associate
    • Operations Technician
    • Resource Development Officer
  • 13. General Agroecology
    • Comprehensive approach
    • Customized program to meet the student’s goals
    • Study topics from more than one concentration
  • 14.
    • Agroecology Careers
    • Organic Food Engineer
    • Environmental Technologist
    • Research Agronomist
    • Parks Program Leader
    • Crop Insurance Inspector
    • Environmental Planner
    • Agriculture Officer
  • 15. Exploring Food and Promoting a Healthy Diet
  • 16. What do you learn about?
    • Sustainable food supply
    • Human health
    • Food security
    • Science and technology in nutrition
    • Local and global food market
  • 17. Majors
    • Dietetics
    • Nutritional Sciences
    • Food & Nutritional Sciences
    • Food Science
    • Food Market analysis
    • Food, Nutrition and Health
    • Human Kinetics Minor
  • 18. Dietetics
    • Registered Dietitian career prep program
    • Competitive admission
    • 5 year program
    • Guaranteed internship
  • 19. Dietetics Curriculum
    • 2 years of general sciences prior to admission
    • Upper level courses focus on:
      • Human nutrition and nutrient metabolism
      • Disease prevention and management
      • Food services management
  • 20.
    • Dietetics Careers
    • Clinical Dietitian
    • Diabetes Educator
    • Eating Disorder Consultant
    • Private Nutrition Consultant
    • Food Service Manager
    • Community Nutritionist
    • Nutrition Educator
    • Sports Nutritionist
    • Researcher
  • 21. Nutritional Science
    • Human and animal nutrition
    • Food utilization
    • Nutrition in health and disease
    • Nutrient requirements and recommendations
  • 22.
    • Nutritional Science
    • Careers
    • Nutrition Research
    • Animal Nutrition
    • Nutrition Consultant
    • Nutrition Educator
    • Food Service Manager
    • Menu Analyst
    • Menu Developer
  • 23. Food Science
    • Food chemistry and microbiology
    • Physical and nutritional properties of food
    • Science of food processing
    • Quality assurance of food products
    • Food safety
  • 24.
    • Food Science Careers
    • Quality Control Manager
    • Food Product Development
    • Food Processing Inspector
    • Food Laboratory Manager
    • Research and Development
    • Food Safety Specialist
    • HACCP Coordinator
    • Chemistry Technician
    • Food Technologist
  • 25. Food and Nutritional Sciences
    • Double major: nutrition and food science
    • Chemical, biological, and physical sciences
  • 26.
    • Food & Nutritional
    • Science Careers
    • Food Critic
    • Food Technologist
    • Quality Assurance Manager
    • Consumer Product Officer
    • Food Safety Specialist
    • Food and Flavour Chemist
    • Microbiology Technician
  • 27. Food Market Analysis
    • Economics and business management
    • Management and marketing of food
    • Consumer analysis to guide product development
    • Gain understanding of global food market
  • 28.
      • Food Market Analysis Careers
      • Market Manager
      • Marketing Coordinator
      • Quality Marketer
      • Food Economist
  • 29. Food, Nutrition and Health
    • Flexibility to customize your degree
    • Do not need to specialize in one major
    • Take a variety of courses to meet your educational goals
  • 30. Human Kinetics Minor
    • Study and practice of human movement
    • Focus non-FNH electives in HKIN courses
    • Graduate with a FNH major and HKIN minor
    • Competitive 3 rd year admission
  • 31. HKIN & FNH Careers Specialist in Sports Nutrition Nutrition and Exercise Educator Weight Loss Consultant Nutrition Consultant
  • 32. Learning about Global Sustainability
  • 33. What is GRS?
    • Agriculture and natural resource systems from a global perspective
    • Customize degree to your interests
    • Double major:
      • Resource specialization
      • Regional specialization
  • 34. Resource Specializations
    • Environment
    • Resource Economics
    • Food Security
    • Resource Systems
    • International Development
    • Sustainable Agriculture
    • Animal Welfare
  • 35. Regional Specializations
    • Africa
    • Asia Pacific
    • Americas
    • Europe
  • 36.
    • GRS Careers
    • International Trade Manager
    • Resource Economist
    • Land Use Manager
    • Resource Consultant
    • Aquaculture Manager
    • Resource Based Tourism
    • Sustainable Agriculture Consultant
    • First Nations Resource Consultant
  • 37. Networking Creates Career Opportunities
  • 38. Opportunities
    • Agsci 496 Internship
    • Tri-Mentoring Program
    • Co-op
    • Career Ambassador Program
    • Career Fair
  • 39. Personal Benefits
    • Learn through practical experience
    • Develop your resume
    • Networking opportunities
  • 40. AGSC 496 Internship
    • Experiential learning
    • 80 hours of volunteer work in chosen discipline
    • Work under the mentorship of a professional
    • Improve employability
  • 41. Tri-Mentoring Program
    • Connects junior & senior students to professionals
    • Benefits:
      • Networking
      • Career development
      • Research job market
      • Clarify career goals
    Junior Student Professional Senior Student
  • 42. Co-op
    • Academic studies combined with work
    • Apply academic knowledge to the real world
    • Excellent networking opportunity
    • 5 year degree
    • 4 work terms; 3 rd year admission
  • 43. Ambassador Programs
    • Career Ambassador Program
      • Develop resume and cover letter writing skills
      • Coach other students in their career development
  • 44. Career Fair
    • Annual Event
    • Employers can recruit up-coming graduates
    • Students explore career options
    • Great networking opportunity