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The graduate programs in Food, Agricultural, and Resource Economics at Guelph university offer opportunities for master of food, agricultural and resource economics (MFARE), master of science (MSc), and doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees.
The thesis-based MSc and Ph.D. are research-oriented degrees that require both coursework and a thesis.
The course-based MFARE degree requires either coursework with a major research paper or coursework alone.
The MFARE, MSc , and Ph.D. programs in Food, Agricultural, and Resource Economics focus on two major fields of emphasis:
The MFARE can be completed in approximately 3 to 4 semesters.
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The English Language Certificate Program (ELCP) is an intensive academic English program designed to prepare you for academic success. You will learn the skills you need to succeed in university studies at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The 7-week terms include 20 hours of class per week.
Certificate of Proficiency
When you successfully complete the advanced level of the ELCP, you earn the University of Guelph Certificate of English Proficiency. This certificate meets the English proficiency requirements for admission to the University of Guelph and University of Guelph-Humber.
What level should you apply for?
You do not need to apply for a specific level. You will be tested during the first week of the semester and placed in the appropriate level of the English Language Certificate Program according to your performance.
MSc and MFARE - minimum 70% (B-) average over the past two years in a four-year honours degree in Food, Agriculture or Resource Economics (or in a field of economics)
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