The School of Agriculture and Food Sciences provides study and practical experience covering several disciplines. Students are encouraged to participate in scientific activities not only as a component of their formal studies but also as a cooperative contribution to the life of the University and its surrounding community. 

The School is transitioning to new degrees, replacing the Bachelor of Applied Science. For information about these degrees and how they relate to continuting students please see the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page.

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