This degree produces graduates with skills in increasing demand in the rural sector. A practically orientated degree, students are provided with the tools necessary to understand the implications of land use and management change on agricultural productivity. Once armed with the basic knowledge to understand agricultural systems, graduates are able to continue on to further study in specific areas of interest. This degree suits students who are more interested in management of agricultural landscapes in contrast to the scientific, agricultural systems focus of other agricultural based degree programs offered at UNE. The major completed will appear on the academic record and testamur.
Students have ready access to numerous University farms located close to campus including the SMART Farms and Tullimba Research Feedlot.
Graduates are eligible for membership of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science and Technology.
Fully credited exchange programs of one trimester are in place with international universities.
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The University of New England (UNE) is one of Australia's great universities for teaching, training, and researching. UNE is located in Armidale in the mid-east of the country. It's well-earned reputation is based on almost a century of combining high...
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