Agribusiness is of local and global importance, encompassing a wide range of activities that contribute to our supply of food and natural fibres. Agribusiness comes into play at every stage in the food chain, from primary production, to the packaging of your favorite snack food. It is also a dynamic business that must respond to sweeping advances in technology, to major changes in trade and policy, and to an ever-changing, consumer-driven marketplace.

Graduates of related diploma programs may be eligible to receive up to two years block transfer credit into the Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness. Students transferring under an articulation agreement, or who have been granted block transfer credit must take a prescribed set of courses. For additional information, or to determine eligibility for block transfer, contact the Director of Academic and Student Services in the Dean's Office, College of Agriculture and Bioresources.