Bachelor of Agriculture

Animal Production

Program of Study Credit Points
Prescribed Units for this Major
Complete the following units:
30 cps
Unit Code Unit Title Unit cps  
AGRO100 Agriculture in Practice 6  
AGSY300 Grazing Systems 6  
ANPR321 Animal Function, Health and Welfare 6  
ANUT300 Applied Animal Nutrition 6  
SOIL222 Soil Science 6  
And complete 6 credit points from the following units:
6 cps
MTHS100 Introduction to Quantitative Statistics 6  
MTHS110 Quantitative Skills with Applications 6  
Listed Units for this Major
Complete 30-42 credit points with at least 12 credit points at 300-level and not more than 12 credit points at 400-level from the following units:
30-42 cps
ANPR315 Constraints to Animal Production 6  
ANPR340 Feedlot Management 6  
ANPR417 Disease and its Control in Animals 6  
ANPR460 Beef Production 6  
ANSC201 Animal Structure and Function 6  
ANSC314 Animal Biosecurity 6  
ANUT321 Animal Nutrition 6  
BCHM240 Biochemistry and Microbiology for Rural Science 6  
ECON223 Farm and Resource Management 6  
ENGT352 Principles of Hydrology 6  
GENE210 Introductory Genetics 6  
GENE422 Genetic Evaluation and Breeding Program Design 6  
MEAT418 Meat Technology 6  
MM110 Fundamentals of Marketing 6  
MM200 Managing People and Organisations 6  
OSSE300 Overseas Study Experience 6  
PA335 Precision Agriculture 6  
PLTY301 Poultry Production 6  
WOOL300 Fundamentals of Sheep and Wool Production 6  
WOOL312 Sheep Production 6  
WOOL322 Wool Marketing and Clip Preparation 6  
WOOL372 Wool Technology 6  
WOOL382 Wool Processing 6  
ZOOL326 Animal Behaviour 6  
Elective Units
Or complete a maximum of 12 credit points as follows:
0-12 cps
Elective Units can be selected from any unit offered by the University subject to candidates meeting overall course requirements (not more than 60 credit points at 100-level, at least 36 credit points at 300-level and not more than 12 credit points at 400-level) and prerequisite and timetabling requirements for individual units.  
Total 78 cps

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