B.Sc. (Agri.) Genetics and Plant Breeding or Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Genetics and Plant Breeding) is an undergraduate Agriculture course. Plant breeding is the application of genetics and related= sciences to improve cultivated plant species. It is used to develop new varieties of agronomic, vegetable, horticultural, and ornamental crops that better meet the needs of modern living. After completing this degree, you will have gained fundamental knowledge in plant breeding that may be applied = to a range of crops including annual and perennial horticultural crops, agronomic food and feed crops, and forestry products. The duration of the course is three years and after its successful completion, they have many career options.