Examples include positions in small, medium and large agribusiness companies, banking, finance and insurance services sectors, business and market analysis, commodity trading, policy analysis, primary production, sales, government departments and international agencies.
Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma students gain an understanding of the basic scientific concepts relevant to groundwater, current pressing groundwater management issues and the technologies employed to deal with them.
The program will develop theoretical and practical knowledge and skills to meet the many global challenges associated with feeding the world, maintaining our environment and wildlife, biosecurity concerns, and competition for limited resources.
The program involves advanced postgraduate training for graduates who have an appropriate first degree for a career in environmental science and management, environmental protection, consultancy, and industries such as mining and agriculture.
Become equipped with an introductory knowledge of agricultural crop, food and fibre production and markets
explore the interdisciplinary nature of agricultural crop, food and fibre production and markets
develop a sound foundation in the scientific principles and analytical skills behind improved agricultural production systems and their sustainability, an
be introduced to research topics and practical applications within the disciplines of agricultural science.
This unique graduate degree brings together science and design, in the context of social and business aspects of urban environments, to improve the way plants are used in urban and peri-urban communities.
The Master of Agribusiness was specifically developed for agribusiness and agricultural professionals to further their skills and knowledge in business strategy, finance, agricultural and resource economics, entrepreneurship and the environmental issues that impact the sector.
1.5 years full time, 3 years part time
$34,048 per year full-time (AFP), $51,072 total course cost