What is a Professional Agrologist?
A Professional Agrologist (P.Ag.) must have a university degree in agriculture or related sciences. In addition, they must have successfully completed the Articling Agrologist (A.Ag.)program (a 2-year program), professionalism and ethics courses and professional development courses. They are required to pass a general agrology exam and a specialty exam in their declared Scope of Practice. Professional Agrologists (P.Ag.) work in many different sectors – biotechnology, government policy, agricultural engineering, teaching, commodity trading, communications, business development, food product development and many other vocations.