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This certificate covers topics related to the solid and liquid phases of soils, reactive chemical constituents, fertility and plant growth, as well as soil formation, evaluation, sustainability, and management. The courses offer hands-on applications with real-world situations and responsive education. Students will enhance their professional skill set and knowledge based on current research, regulations, and applications.
Practitioners working with soil as monitors, auditors, technologists, engineers, agrologists, biologists, foresters, consultants, and regulators will benefit from this program. These courses are recognized by the Alberta Institute of Agrologists as senior-level agrology courses related to entrance into the profession and to augment core knowledge requirements related to a practice area in AIA.!span>
Full information about this program and courses: uax.ca/soilsci!span>
Program Type Occupational
Credential Type Certificate *
Length 1 Year(s)
- Part Time Only
- Cooperative Education
- Continuing Education Only
- Distance Learning Only
There are no prerequisites to take the courses; prior knowledge of content area, however, is expected for student success. Students are expected to possess entry-level knowledge of the subject matter through job training, previous education, or work experience in a complementary environmental sector.!span>
Online sessions (U of A eClass)
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Updated September 15, 2021. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.
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