Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science

The department of Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science (AFNS) offers research and teachings related to the fields of Animal Science, Food Science and Bioresource, Human Nutrition and Plant Biosystems. AFNS offers undergraduate Bachelor of Science degrees in Agriculture, Animal Health, Agricultural/Food Business Science and Nutrition & Food Science each with a variety of majors. AFNS students can also pursue a course-based or thesis-based Master of Agriculture, Master of Science or a PhD.

What do AFNS researchers study?

Our research and teachings are related to the fields of Animal Science, Food Science and Bioresource, Human Nutrition and Plant Biosystems.


Undergraduate Programs

Offering Bachelor of Science degrees in Agriculture, Animal Health, Agricultural/Food Business Science and Nutrition & Food Science each with a variety of majors.

Graduate Programs

Pursue a course-based or thesis-based Master of Agriculture, Master of Science or a PhD. AFNS also offers a MAg/MBA combined degree.


Dietetic Bridging Program

Alberta Internationally Educated Dietetic Bridging program
The Alberta Internationally Educated Dietetic Bridging program offers significant advantages for Internationally Educated Dietitians. Courses are designed specifically to bridge the knowledge, clinical skills and judgement required to deliver safe and effective dietetic practice in the Canadian context.

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