Bachelor of Science Degree Programs

BSc Animal Health Approved Program Electives (APE)

Guidelines

Approved Program Electives (APE) must be selected according to the following directions:

  • The total 100 and 200 level APEs cannot be greater than 2 courses (*6)
  • Any courses on this list that have already been taken/granted credit for as required program courses cannot be used as an APE
  • Students must have any prerequisites listed in the calendar before taking a course;credit may be denied for courses
    without the appropriate prerequisites
  • APE lists are updated annually and students must use the most updated version of the list when selecting APE courses
  • Some courses are listed in several categories since they have broad applications.
  • Students can select multiple courses from the same category to fill requirements, or select courses from several streams to fill requirements
  • Always refer to Bear Tracks for the most up to date course information 

Animal Science

  • AN SC Any 300/400 Level Option
  • AN SC 120 Animals and Society
  • AFNS 416 One Health
  • ALES 391 Mexico Tour 
  • Agricultural and Resource Economics

  • AREC 173 The Plate, The Planet and Society
  • AREC 200 Current Economic Issues of Agriculture and Food
  • AREC 250 Social and Economic Issues of Food Biotech
  • AREC 323 Introduction to Management for Agri-Food, Environmental and Forestry Businesses
  • AREC 333 Economics of Production and Resource Management
  • AREC 365 Natural Resource Economics
  • AREC 375 World Food and Agriculture
  • AREC 382 Economics of Food Systems, Distribution and Supply Chains
  • AREC 384 Food Market Analysis
  • AREC 471 Society and Well-Being
  • AREC 473 Food and Agricultural Policies
  • AREC 484 Strategic Management in Food and Resource Businesses
  • AREC 485 Trade and Globalization in Food and Resources
  • AREC 487 Managing Market Risk in Resource Industries
  • AREC 488 Introduction to Agricultural and Resource Game Theory
  • BIOL 381 People, Pollution and the Environment
  • ENCS 473 Environmental and Conservation Policy
  • R SOC 271 The Politics of Food and Natural Resources
  • R SOC 355 Rural Communities and Global Economies
  • R SOC 443 Resilience and Global Change
  • R SOC 460 Perspectives on Traditional Knowledge
  • Wildlife and Ecohealth

  • ENCS 352 Natural Resource and Environmental Law
  • ENCS 356 Principles of Rangeland Conservation and Habitat Management
  • ENCS 406 Rangeland Plant Communities of Western Canada
  • ENCS 407 Rangeland Plant Communities of North America
  • ENCS 473 Environment and Conservation Policy
  • ENT 207 Agricultural Entomology
  • ENT 392 Medical and Veterinary Entomology
  • NS 200 Aboriginal Canada Looking Forward/Looking Back
  • NS 335 Native People and the Fur Trade
  • R SOC 271 The Politics of Food and Natural Resources
  • R SOC 365 Sociology of Environment and Development
  • R SOC 450 Environmental Sociology
  • REN R 205 Wildlife Biodiversity and Ecology
  • REN R 260 History and Fundamentals of Environmental Protection and Conservation
  • REN R 333 Wetland Sciences and Management
  • REN R 364 Principles of Managing Natural Diversity
  • REN R 376 Fisheries and Wildlife Management
  • REN R 450 Environmentally Sustainable Agriculture
  • REN R 462 Parks, Ecology and Society
  • REN R 463 Biological Adaptations to Northern Environments
  • REN R 464 Conservation and Management of Endangered Species
  • REN R 467 Environmental Interpretation and Science Communication
  • REN R 474 Utilization of Wildlife Resources
  • REN R 476 Advanced Fisheries and Wildlife Management
  • Nutrition and Food Sciences

  • NU FS 100 Introduction to Food Science and Technology
  • NU FS 200 Introduction to Functional Foods and Neutraceuticals
  • NU FS 223 The Cultural Ecology of Food and Health
  • NU FS 283 Introduction to Food Engineering
  • NU FS 300 Fundamentals of Dairy Science
  • NU FS 312 Quality Assurance
  • NU FS 361 Food Microbiology
  • NU FS 363 Food Microbiology
  • NU FS 372 Food Chemistry
  • NU FS 373 Food Chemistry 
  • NU FS 403 Processing of Milk and Dairy Products
  • NU FS 404 Meat and Meat Products
  • NU FS 427 Food Safety
  • NU FS 430 Principles of Sensory Evaluation of Foods
  • NU FS 442 Sustainability of Food and Biobased Products
  • NU FS 480 Foodborne Pathogens
  • Plant and Soil Sciences

  • PL SC 100 Plants in our Lives
  • PL SC 210 Introductory Agronomy
  • PL SC 221 Introduction to Plant Science
  • PL SC 324 Crop Ecophysiology
  • PL SC 345 Plants and Bio-products
  • PL SC 352 Invasive Alien Plants: Biology and Control
  • PL SC 354 Forage Crops
  • PL SC 355 Cereal, Oilseed and Pulse Crops
  • PL SC 495 Integrated Crop Production
  • REN R 120 Introduction to Plant Identification
  • REN R 210 Introduction to Soil Science and Soil Resources
  • REN R 250 Water Resource Management
  • REN R 307 Environmental Assessment Principles and Methods
  • REN R 360 Soil and Water Conservation
  • REN R 441 Soil Formation and Landscape Processes
  • REN R 446 Climates and Ecosystems
  • REN R 450 Environmentally Sustainable Agriculture
  • REN R 462 Parks, Ecology and Society
  • Outside of Faculty

  • PSYCO 104 Basic Psychological Processes
  • PSYCO 282 Behaviour Modification
     
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