Bachelor of Agriculture and Land Management


CRICOS Code: 070935F

Gain skills and knowledge in agricultural technologies, soil science, water management, animals and plants, business and sustainability.

The course focuses on the importance of being contemporary, with a balance of academic, practical and industry placements. Students will be provided not just with skills and knowledge, but an appreciation of agriculture as a multidisciplinary study.

The course is structured to allow students to develop knowledge and skills in an integrated and dynamic framework of research and practical applications. Flexibility in the third year enables students to develop independent and autonomous study skills and learning opportunities in authentic work environments.

If your long-term career is in agriculture and natural resource management, why not invest in your future with a bachelor degree?

The course:

  • emphasises contemporary developments in farming
  • balances academic, practical and industry concerns
  • presents agriculture as a multi-disciplinary study.

In your third year you will develop independent study skills and learning opportunities in real work environments.

Gain skills and knowledge in:

  • agricultural technologies
  • soil science
  • water management
  • animal and plant physiology and management
  • rural business practices, communities and networks
  • sustainability
  • innovation and change.

Agricultural generates up to $39 billion annual gross value in Australia and employs around 370,000 people. Farming pursuits occupy 60% of Australia’s land mass and provide a wide range of employment opportunities.

International Students please note: the international fee as displayed is charged on a per annum basis.

Entry Requirements:
Satisfactory completion of Year 12 (or equivalent), with English (any) and one of: biology, mathematics (any) or chemistry OR satisfactory completion of a TAFE Diploma course in Agriculture (or equivalent) OR relevant industry experience defined as professional engagement in the agriculture industry for a minimum of two years and demonstrated capacity to undertake work at degree level. International students require International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Level 6. Prospective students not yet at this level will have the opportunity to participate in a bridging course program.

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