University of Saskatchewan

Campus in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan


  • Agribusiness (BSc-Agbus, Diploma)
  • Agricultural Biology (BSA)
  • Agricultural Economics (BSA, MAgr, MSc, Post-grad Diploma)
  • Agronomy (BSA, Diploma)
  • Animal & Poultry Science (MAgr, MSc, PhD)
  • Animal Bioscience (BSc)
  • Animal Science (BSA)
  • Applied Plant Ecology (BSA)
  • Biology (BSc, MSc, PhD)
  • Crops Science (BSA)
  • Environment & Society (BA, BSc)
  • Environment & Sustainability (MES, MSEM, PhD)
  • Environmental Biology (BSc)
  • Environmental Earth Sciences (BSc)
  • Environmental Science (BAS)
  • Food & Bioproduct Sciences (BAS)
  • Food Science (BSc, MAgr, MSc, PhD)
  • Geography (BA, BSc, MA, MSc, PhD) (co-op)
  • Geology (BSc, MSc, PhD)
  • Geophysics (BSc)
  • Horticultural Science (BSA)
  • Northern Studies (BA)
  • Paleobiology (BSc)
  • Plant Sciences (MSc, PhD)
  • Prairie Horticulture (Certificate)
  • Regional & Urban Planning (BA) (co-op)
  • Renewable Resource Management (BSc)
  • Soil Science (BSA, MSc, PhD)
  • Sustainable Environmental Management (MSEM)
  • Toxicology (BSc)

Co-op option: Yes


Why Go Here?

The University of Saskatchewan includes 13 interdisciplinary colleges, three graduate schools and six affiliated colleges. The Agricultural and Bioresources programs encourage innovation and address both local traditions and global concerns. Half of all graduates secure their first job before graduating. The school provides some of the most modern research and teaching facilities in the world. Students enrolled in the Learning Communities program can reap the benefits of self directed instruction, collaboration and mentorship. 


Applied Learning

The school promotes interdisciplinary learning and provides many opportunities for practical experience. Students can study abroad, participate in research-intensive field schools and earn professional accreditations. Students are encouraged to engage with the local community and many courses include field study components. Sustainable Environmental Management students work with local organizations on their research projects. The Northern Studies program offers students a chance to study at Arctic-based universities.Students also have access to local experts through the Practioner in Residence programs and team-taught courses. 


Extracurricular Activities

Various on-campus events and environmental clubs engage local organizations, and students have driven campaigns such as Better the Bottle, which promotes sustainable water use. The Environment and Sustainability program works with local public schools to pursue sustainability initiatives.


Best Natural Feature 

The Bowl, located at the heart of campus, is a focal point for university activities. Surrouned by towering trees and buildings with beautiful gothic architecture, The Bowl is perfect for reading, eating or people-watching. Only a short walk away from campus is the South Saskatchewan River, with several scenic paths perfect for walking, biking, or running. 

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