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Bachelor of Agriculture overview

Agriculture

Bachelor of Agriculture overview

CSU's Bachelor of Agriculture gives you the knowledge and skills for the future of agriculture. You will develop a strong scientific foundation as well as learning about the management and integration of agricultural issues, from a world leader in agricultural education.

Flexible study options allow you to study the Bachelor of Agriculture at your own pace, and gain credit if you already hold a relevant TAFE qualification.

  • Bachelor of Agriculture

    CSU's Bachelor of Agriculture is offered by distance education, with residential schools for some subjects at CSU's Wagga Wagga Campus. During these residential schools, you will build your practical skills and use some of CSU's impressive facilities, meet staff and benefit from CSU's relationships with industry.

    This course is ideal for people who are looking for a flexible study program that fits around existing work or life commitments, but who do not already hold a relevant TAFE qualification. Applications for distance education study are made direct to CSU.

  • Bachelor of Agriculture [Wangaratta] - TAFE articulated program

    GOTAFE logoNCDEA logoCSU's Bachelor of Agriculture - TAFE articulated program at Wangaratta provides a pathway to a degree for students who already hold a Diploma of Agriculture. Offered by supported distance education through CSU in Wangaratta, the articulated program provides you with credit if you have completed a Diploma of Agriculture through either Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE (GOTAFE) or the National Centre for Dairy Education Australia (NCDEA).

    The program offers:

    • guaranteed entry into the Bachelor of Agriculture
    • credit for four subjects towards the degree
    • the ability to complete the degree in 5.5 years of part-time study.

    Study by supported distance education means study resources are provided online, using tools such as forums, recorded lectures and online meetings, as well as some face-to-face tutorials and field exercises at Wangaratta. Some subjects may also include short residential schools at CSU's Orange or Wagga Wagga campuses. Applications to the articulated program are made direct to CSU, and applicants should submit supporting documentation as evidence of their prior study.

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