UTP Stage II: Agricultural and Food Sciences

UTP Stage II: Agricultural and Food Sciences is equivalent to the first year of a bachelor’s degree from the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences. Graduates of this faculty help nourish the world without costing the earth by developing sustainable agricultural practices, exploring renewable bio-resources and working to make our food safer and healthier.

Please see the University of Manitoba Applicant Information Bulletin for details on how to progress to second year studies in your specific program. For details please go to: https://umanitoba.ca/admissions/undergraduate/requirements#advanced-entry-applicants

Your direct pathway to the University of Manitoba

High School


2nd Year University of Manitoba




12 months


January, May, September

UTP Stage II: Agricultural and Food Sciences

Courses offered at ICM

For program planning resources, please visit icmanitoba.ca/pre-arrival-and-registration-resources.


Second year of your University of Manitoba degree

  • Bachelor of Science (Agribusiness)
  • Bachelor of Science (Agriculture)

    Areas of study

    • Animal Systems
    • Agronomy
    • Plant Biotechnology
  • Bachelor of Science (Agroecology)
  • Bachelor of Science (Food Science)
  • Bachelor of Science (Human Nutritional Sciences)

Why choose the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences?

  • A co-operative education (co-op) program is available to students in most degrees
  • Over two million Canadians are involved in the agri-food industry, from producers to food processors, financial officers to research scientists, plus many more rewarding careers.
  • More than 90% of Agricultural and Food Sciences students are employed in their career one year after graduation.
  • For more information, visit the faculty’s website at umanitoba.ca/afs


Employment and career options

Career paths from this faculty are diverse. They include careers in trade and development, environment policy analysis, food inspection, human and animal nutrition, marketing and conservation. Visit the University of Manitoba’s Career Services website to view the Career Compass for your future degree program: https://www.umanitoba.ca/career-services/career-planning


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