Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Soil Science) Program By University of Saskatchewan |Top Universities

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Soil Science)

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Soil Science)

  • QS World University Rankings
    458
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Duration 48 months
Soil forms an essential part of the environment—affecting or controlling most living things. Soil science studies the soil system to find the best ways of producing food, fuel, and fibre while still preserving soil for use by future generations. Soil science draws from biology, ecology, geography, geology and a variety of other natural and life sciences. The soil science program at the University of Saskatchewan provides an in-depth understanding of the physical, biological and chemical processes that occur in soil and the role soil plays in plant production and environmental management. A growing demand for scientists and professionals equipped to deal with agricultural and environmental issues means a wide variety of career choices for graduates specializing in environmental science or soil science.