Bachelor of Agribusiness
Why study the Bachelor of Agribusiness at UNE?
Demand for agribusiness professionals continues to grow. The Bachelor of Agribusiness at UNE provides you with the business skills and knowledge that prepares you for employment in the food and agribusiness industries from the farm level through to multinational companies. You will develop a high level of problem solving and communication skills to be able to address real issues facing agriculture and business within a changing global environment - issues such as food safety and security, climate change, sustainability and increasing globalisation and integration of agricultural and food networks.
There are six approved majors within this degree, which allow you to develop further expertise:
- *Accounting (includes units covering financial accounting, accounting information systems and auditing)
- Finance (includes units covering financial management , markets and analysis)
- Economics (includes units covering commodity markets, policy and natural resource economics)
- Marketing and Management (includes units covering consumer behaviour, strategic marketing and marketing communications)
- Rural Science (includes units covering crop, plant and animal management, production and sustainability)
- *Technology and Data Analytics (includes units covering precision agriculture, database management and operating systems, and data analysis)
Opportunities also exist to undertake practical work experience and to participate in overseas study tours and study exchange programs that value add to the degree.
* NB. These majors are not available to students admitted under Rule (b).
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.
3 Years Full-time
Up to 10 years Part-time
2017 ATAR / OP
72.55 / 12
2018 STUDY OPTIONS
Trimester 1, Online
Trimester 1, On Campus
Trimester 2, Online
Trimester 2, On Campus
Trimester 3, Online
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|Total Credit Points||144|
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All domestic students apply through the link belowFor more information, click here
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Mandatory intensive schools may be a requirement of some of the units in this course. See Unit Catalogue for specific requirements.
A candidate shall:
(b) hold an approved qualification from an Australian TAFE or Registered Training Organisation under the Articulation Program.
Assumed knowledge is any two units of English. For units in the economics, finance and quantitative areas, it is recommended that students have previously studied mathematics.
|Practical, Clinical or Work Experience||
Students may complete work integrated learning and professional skills development (WORK300) with approved agribusiness institutions and/or an overseas study tour (OSSE300) during their degree.
Candidates admitted under Rule (b) shall be granted 48 credit points of Block Advanced Standing based on their admission to candidature, according to the relevant program of study under the Articulation Program.
Students of sufficient academic merit may be permitted to proceed to a fourth year of study for an Honours degree in Agribusiness.
The University offers a number of Faculty/College and country scholarships available to Australian citizens and permanent residents.
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The Bachelor of Agribusiness aims to produce professional graduates with the knowledge, skills and attributes necessary to participate in today's diverse and globally integrated agribusiness sectors. This degree provides students with a solid foundation in business and agricultural knowledge and qualifications that allow them to specialise in agribusiness careers or to develop careers in the general field of business.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
Knowledge of a Discipline
In this course students develop knowledge of agriculture and business in a multidisciplinary approach, learning core concepts in economics, marketing, applied finance and rural science units. The use and application of economic and business skills in regional, national and international contexts is emphasised. A global perspective is important in understanding issues confronting agribusiness and associated industries in continuously changing economic, environmental, social and political environments. These concepts will be taught through lectures, tutorials, readings, online activities and practical experience. Knowledge will be assessed through a variety of assessment tasks such as assignments, examinations and report writing.
Communication skills are essential in this course and students will develop both written and oral competency. These communication skills will be taught, practised and assessed in numerous activities including written assignments, oral presentations and in-class and online discussions.
Students will combine discipline knowledge with information literacy skills to develop their adeptness in being able to apply problem solving skills to real issues beyond the pedagogical context. Students will be taught to identify problems and to formulate solutions.
Students will use various forms of media to obtain information and data for written assignments and other assessment tasks. Students will be able to use, examine, analyse and interpret appropriate information and data in different contexts in the different discipline areas within this course.
Ethical Conduct and Social Responsibility
Students are taught numerous dimensions of social responsibility in relation to agricultural and business practices. Students will be able to acknowledge and respect the viewpoints and ideas of others, behave ethically and appreciate the importance of the environment and sustainability.
Lifelong learning skills are taught and practised in assessment tasks and in the practical work experience placement undertaken by students in this degree. The discipline knowledge, information literacy and problem solving skills obtained in this course equip students with the ability to understand, interpret and critically evaluate regional, national and international issues of relevance to agriculture and business.
Independence and Collaboration
Students will have worked independently, as well as collaboratively within a multidisciplinary group to achieve common goals, solve problems, contribute specialist knowledge and contribute to group performance.