Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management

Charles Sturt University - CSU

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Overview

Bachelor Degree
Wagga Wagga
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

CSU's Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management provides you with knowledge and skills required to work anywhere along the supply chain, from farm production, through to export and marketing of agriproducts, as well as the many businesses servicing this sector.

Practical from day one
This course offers access to CSU's 1400-hectare commercial mixed farm at Wagga Wagga (an outdoor classroom that has been in operation since the 1800s).

Fast-track your degree
If you have received an eligible diploma from TAFE, you could benefit from guaranteed entry into CSU's Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management and fast-track your CSU degree. You could even be made an offer to study before receiving your end-of-year high school marks through the School's Recommendation Scheme (SRS). This program is open to students at eligible schools, agricultural colleges and TAFE institutes.

Flexible study options
Blend your study with work commitments. Study full-time for three years at Wagga Wagga, six years part-time online, or a mixture of both online and on campus. You can also study this course full-time or part-time on campus through Central Regional TAFE, located at the Muresk Institute in Western Australia.

On-farm and practical learning
CSU's farms, field and laboratory facilities, all located on campus, provide a training facility for students and a base for several commercial, educational and research enterprises.

Experience the power of research and strong industry connections
The School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences is the largest and most successful provider of agricultural, horticultural and wine science education supporting rural industries in Australia. Research is undertaken through key CSU Research Centres, and staff have major involvement in national Cooperative Research Centres – linking universities, government bodies and industry organisations across Australia to focus on national sector-wide issues.
Careers

Agribusiness career opportunities are diverse and challenging. Employment opportunities range from farm management and the rural service industries of regional...

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