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Join Canada's leader in food and agriculture

Established in 1874, the University of Guelph’s Ontario Agricultural College (OAC) improves life by inspiring leaders, generating knowledge and creating innovative solutions for food, agriculture, communities and the environment. Today, that’s precisely what its 3,700 students, 140 faculty and 600 staff are collectively doing. The University of Guelph is "Canada's Food University.

Complete your Masters of Plant Agriculture in Canada

The new Master of Plant Agriculture (MPAg) program provides graduates with career-focused knowledge and expertise to pursue leadership positions in the private and public sector. Cater your studies to match your own unique interests and career-focus – specialize your program in breeding and genetics; biochemistry and physiology; or crop production systems. This program is ideal for recent graduates or working professionals that wish to gain scientific, cross-discipline skills in a hands-on learning environment. The program takes 16 months of full-time study to complete, allowing students to be eligible to apply for a post-graduate work permit.

*Prospective students are advised that the program is still subject to formal approval

Grow your career and change the world

Gain important skills in communications, collaboration and problem-solving skills as well as scientific expertise in plant biology, physiology, crop production and more. Learn about existing and emerging technologies in the agri-food and plant production sector through course-based, collaborative projects that enhance your employability and analysis skills.