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Bachelors in Agricultural Science in New Brunswick Canada

A bachelor's degree is given to students who fulfill the necessary requirements given by the college or university they are attending. The requirements include three to seven years of focus on a subject, typically referred to as a major or concentration.

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Fredericton, Canada

All students attending the Maritime College of Forest Technology are enrolled in the two-year Forest Technology Diploma program. The program focuses on developing a student’s ... +

All students attending the Maritime College of Forest Technology are enrolled in the two-year Forest Technology Diploma program. The program focuses on developing a student’s proficiency in the use of various tools and technologies used in gathering data across forested environments, as well as developing knowledge of forestry dynamics, wildlife habitat, management, and current issues. As a forest technician, you will be doing fieldwork in ever-changing forested stands, and applying the skills you’ve learned to research, manage, and natural resource conservation tasks. Upon successful completion of the Forest Technology program, students receive a diploma in Forest Technology. Unlike traditional high schools and universities, students enrolling at MCFT all receive the same class schedule each semester. -
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Fredericton, Canada

The Fish & Wildlife Technology Program is offered as an optional addition to the Forest Technology Program. Any student who feels they would like to pursue the field of mo ... +

The Fish & Wildlife Technology Program is offered as an optional addition to the Forest Technology Program. Any student who feels they would like to pursue the field of monitoring and assessment of wildlife as a career path is strongly encouraged to consider the program. Students who wish to pursue this program may register for the program prior to the beginning of their second year of studies and complete it either concurrently together with the Forest Technology Diploma program, or by itself in the third year of study. A Fish & Wildlife Technician is skilled in the use of technologies and knowledgeable of the various techniques, associated with monitoring and assessing wildlife species and their habitats. Students who take the Fish & Wildlife program graduate with an Advanced Diploma in Forest and Fish & Wildlife Technology. -
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