UFV's four-year Bachelor of Agricultural Science with a Horticulture major helps you develop the perfect mix of technical, communication, and business skills to prepare you to play a leading role in the Fraser Valley's agricultural sector.
UFV’s interdisciplinary Bachelor of Environmental Studies (BES) provides you with the skills and knowledge to pursue environmental careers in a variety of settings, including agriculture and food security, climate change, land use planning/GIS, and environmental communications.
UFV’s interdisciplinary Bachelor of Environmental Studies (BES) (Natural Sciences) specialization provides the integrative skills and knowledge of the BES degree, with additional natural sciences field and lab work. The skills you gain will broaden your career options, allowing you to pursue jobs in environmental science as well as additional professional accreditations.
UFV's four-year Bachelor of Regional and Community Planning (BRCP) is an interdisciplinary program that builds connections between environmental studies, art, natural sciences, policy and law, urban design, history, and communications.
Gain an excellent grounding in modern biology and obtain the working skills of a professional biologist with a UFV Bachelor of Science in Biology.
The Bachelor of Science in Chemistry is intended to equip you with principles of the study of matter and the physical world, and to enable you to apply that knowledge to real-world situations.
UFV’s Bachelor of Science with a minor and major in Computing Science provides you with a strong foundation in advanced algorithms, mathematics, database management, data analysis, programming, and software design.
The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics builds your understanding of mathematical concepts and enables you to enter innovative industries and solve satisfying challenges.
UFV’s Bachelor of Science in Physical Geography provides you with a strong background in natural sciences, a comprehensive understanding of factors affecting the environment, and hands-on expertise in gathering, analyzing, and evaluating data.
The Bachelor of Science in Physics allows you to explore the nature of matter, energy, and their interactions, both theoretically and experimentally.
The Engineering Physics Diploma in Mechatronics is designed to teach you how to connect mechanical, electrical, electronic, and software systems to create smart technologies and drive innovation making you job-ready upon graduation.
An Associate Degree in Science at UFV is designed to provide you with the foundational knowledge you need to tackle further studies in the science field. Completing a two-year associate degree can provide you with the lab skills, field techniques and data analysis insight that will make you a preferred candidate at many BC and Canadian universities.
UFV ten to eighteen-month Data Analysis post-baccalaureate program equips you with the practical skills needed to extract reliable information from large data sets. You also learn the statistical techniques needed to collect data correctly, assess its quality, analyze it, and turn it into the business intelligence that companies and institutions highly value in the marketplace.
UFV’s 31-credit Geographic Information Systems (GIS) certificate provides you with the knowledge needed to work with geospatial data and technologies. Making data come alive on a map can reveal patterns and trends that are key to making better decisions in government, business, and industry.