Education Standards

Professional Agrologists

All Agrologists institutes agreed to a minimum entry-to-practice education standard for the Professional Agrologist designation. Agrologists Manitoba adheres to the following requirements:

a. 120 credit agricultural sciences degree that includes 60 Agrology credits from a recognized university; or
b. An equivalent 120 credit science degree(s) approved by the Admission and Registration Committee that includes 60 Agrology credits from a recognized university; or 
c. Graduate degree(s) in agricultural sciences or equivalent related discipline approved by the Admission and Registration Committee with 60 Agrology credits from a recognized university.

To qualify, the degree must include:

a. 60 Agrology credits, 24 at a senior level
b. 15 credits of foundational science

Read more --> Guide to Identification of Agrology Courses and Agrology Foundational Science Definition, Alberta Institute of Agrologists, 2015 

Technical Agrologists

a. A diploma from an agriculture program or an equivalent diploma program as approved by the Admissions and Registration Committee, or;
b. A diploma from an agriculture program recognized by the Canadian Association of Diploma Agriculture Programs, or; 
c. equivalent to a two-year diploma or applied degree as approved by the Admission and Registration Committee that includes a minimum of 60 credit hours with 45 Agrology credit hours related to the practice of Agrology.

Complete "Requirements" to become registered.