We are here for you throughout your degree program. Our advisors can help you make the best decisions regarding your degree options, and they can find the right resources to help you reach your goals.
Here are the recommended progressions to meet requirements for each Agricultural and Food Sciences degree program. These are updated each year to reflect any course changes and updates. Students are required to follow the program of their admission year and can refer to past versions of the Academic Calendar. You may also contact Student Services at email@example.com for a planning sheet from your admission year.
Degree requirements and recommended progressions
BSc in Human Nutritional Sciences Programs
Degree planning resources
Run a program check with UM Achieve
UM Achieve is an excellent planning tool for your degree. Run an audit to see if you are on track to meet your program requirements and determine which courses you still need to take.
You can also run a What-IF audit to see your progress towards a possible Minor, Concentration or a different program!
For the Human Nutritional Sciences - Dietetics Prep Option, please see an advisor for complete course details.
Having issues with course registration? Try these resources:
- Aurora Registration Tutorials
- Aurora Registration Error Messages
- High School courses and minimum grades required for preqreqs in FAFS degree programs can be found in the Academic Calendar Admission Regulations.
- Do you need to upgrade your high school courses to fulfill a prerequisite? Find more information here.
- Contact our advising team at firstname.lastname@example.org with your first name, last name, UM student number and which error message you are receiving.
Diploma to Degree Pathway
Have you completed the Diploma in Agriculture program? Graduates from the University of Manitoba’s Diploma in Agriculture program are eligible to apply for the BSc Agribusiness, BSc Agriculture, or BSc Agroecology degree programs.
More information about the Diploma to Degree pathway can be found here in the Academic Calendar. For any additional questions, please reach out to an academic advisor.
Contact an academic advisor
At this time the Student Services team is available both virtually and in-person – please use email to get in touch with Advisors:
We expect professional communication from our students, please review the University's suggestions on email etiquette here.
In your email, be sure to include your first name and last name, UM student number, and a detailed description of your question(s).
For more advising options, refer to UM-wide Academic Advising.
Create the full picture
Degree planning is about more than just making sure you take all right courses. The Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences encourages you to take a holistic look at your academic and career planning that includes professional development, community engagement and work experience.
Agricultural and Food Sciences Student Services Office
160 Agriculture Building | 66 Dafoe Road
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3T 5V6 Canada