The Sustainable Agriculture program is flexible, and designed to meet the needs of agriculture by equipping students with the necessary skills to balance the natural resource, human and economic factors that affect agricultural sustainability.
The Sustainable Agriculture program brings together studies in the three key domains of sustainability: agricultural and natural systems; agribusiness; and the humanities. Through the development of creative and critical perspectives on sustainability, the courses focus on innovative ways of enhancing agriculture for the medium to long term. Graduates are equipped to provide leadership in policy, research and strategic management that is relevant to a wide range of industry contexts.
The program allows students to complete the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Master degree and then receive credit into CSU's Doctor of Sustainable Agriculture when entry requirements are met. The course can be studied full-time at Orange Campus or by distance education.
The aim of Graduate Certificate of Sustainable Agriculture is to provide a graduate qualification in sustainable agriculture which will meet the vocational and professional requirements of students. It aims to develop further understanding of topic areas undertaken in a prior qualification, or develop new understanding in areas to broaden the knowledge of students.
The Graduate Diploma in Sustainable Agriculture is designed to meet two needs:
The Master of Sustainable Agriculture aims to promote advanced, critical reflection by:
Graduate Diploma: 065835G
Graduate Certificate: 065834J
To graduate from the Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Agriculture, students must successfully complete four subjects including two core subjects and two elective subjects equating to 32 points. Students will graduate with the award GradCertSustAgric.
To graduate from the Graduate Diploma of Sustainable Agriculture, students must successfully complete eight subjects including three core subjects and five elective subjects equating to 64 points. Students will graduate with the award GradDipSustAgric.
To graduate from the Master of Sustainable Agriculture students must successful complete 12 subjects including 7 Core subjects (one of which is a 16 point subject) and 4 elective subjects equating to 96 points. Students will graduate with the award MSustAgric.
To study this course, you will need to indicate your likelihood of success through previous studies and other attainments and experience.
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