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Thinking about becoming a Professional Agrologist?
Specific courses are required in order to apply for registration as a Professional Agrologist (P.Ag.). The BCIA Academic Worksheet is a tool to help you track your progress towards completion of these courses. You can use this worksheet throughout your degree to see which courses you still need. Follow the step-by-step guide below to learn how to use the worksheet.
Using the BCIA Academic Worksheet
Assess your courses:
- cross-reference your advising transcript with the BCIA approved course listing for SFU
- on your transcript, identify* the courses you will use in each of the three different sections of the academic worksheet
*Tip - you may want to use a different coloured highlighter to help you differentiate the courses for each section
Fill in the BCIA Academic Worksheet:
- using the advising transcript that you prepared in step one, fill in the courses in the corresponding section/s of the BCIA Academic Worksheet
Keep in mind that:
- courses counted in the foundational natural sciences/additional foundational courses section (section 1 on the worksheet) cannot also be used in the agrology and senior agrology courses sections (sections 2 and 3)
- upper division courses used for section 2 (all agrology courses) can also be used in section 3 (senior agrology-related courses)
- View a sample academic worksheet for an SFU student