The Master of Agriculture is a course work only program designed for students with a strong science-based bachelors in the fields of animal, plant, chemical and environmental sciences who wish to obtain specialist professional knowledge and skills in agriculture. The course is designed to equip graduates for professional standing and employment in a range of areas of agriculture, or who anticipate employment with professional responsibility for agricultural policy formation, or a role of equivalent standing in agriculture in non-government or government capacity. It also offers a mechanism whereby students with a generalist degree such as the Bachelor of Science, to move into the agricultural sector.
To be eligible to be considered for a course you must:
• meet the admission requirements of the institution offering the course and
• meet the entrance requirements of the course – some courses have course prerequisites or additional selection criteria.
• Our institutions may also take other criteria into account when they assess your application. These may include a portfolio, interview, audition, questionnaire or a test for certain courses either instead of, or together with, the ATAR.
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