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Agricultural Science

In the next 15 years, Australian agriculture has the potential to generate $1.2 trillion as world food demand doubles. Be part of this transformation and ever growing demand for qualified agricultural scientists.

  • Study areas of agriculture, including breeding, diseases, biotechnology, climatology, plant science, soil science, wine science, environment and sustainability and farming systems.
  • Broaden your understanding of contemporary issues associated with agricultural production, including food security, climate risk and emerging technologies.
  • Complement your agricultural science major with electives from areas such as biology, environmental science and wine science to meet existing and emerging needs within the agricultural and associated industries.
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Semester 1, 2020 applications close 6 March

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