The Waite and Roseworthy campuses are recognised as centres of excellence in agricultural science. This reputation underpins the Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences program.
The Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences explores how scientific and economic principles are applied to the management of agricultural systems and their natural resources. The first year develops core skills in chemistry, biology and statistics as well as courses in soils and agriculture. Courses in crop science, livestock science, soil science, agribusiness and other specialisations are avaialble in later years.
Benefits of the degree:
- Designed to provide a broad training in science and agriculture, enabling graduates to explore a variety of career options.
- Field trips, excursions and professional internships are incorporated into the program to develop practical skills and expose students to best practice in industry.
- Professional work experience totaling twelve weeks is undertaken during the University vacations.
“The flexibility of the program allows you to define the area of agriculture that most interests you. For me that was applied plant sciences.” - James Preuss
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