Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Applied Plant Ecology) Program By University of Saskatchewan |Top Universities

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Applied Plant Ecology)

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Applied Plant Ecology)

  • QS World University Rankings
    458
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Duration 48 months
Plant Ecologists study the interactions among plants, between plants and the environment, and between soils, plants and animals. Forestry industries, human and livestock health, and agriculture all depend on healthy plant communities and ecosystems. Learn how to apply ecological principles to ecosystems such as rangelands, forests, wetlands, and croplands for sustainable production. Applied Plant Ecology integrates principles and advanced knowledge of managing, conserving, and restoring natural and semi-natural landscapes and ecosystems. A growing demand for scientists and professionals equipped to deal with environmental and natural resource management issues means a wide variety of career choices for graduates specializing in Applied Plant Ecology. There is a steady demand for environmental scientists who have specialized in plant ecology in industry, universities, government agencies, and not-for-profit organizations.