Add agriculture to your undergraduate degree
Are you an undergraduate student at The Australian National University? There is a wealth of opportunity waiting for you. By adding agricultural courses to your degree, you can be part of an industry that is growing to $100 billion by 2030.
The global demand for food is rising, and pressures on the environment mean sustainable solutions are needed to meet that demand. There is a huge scope to make a difference to the world by adding agriculture to your degree, whether you’re studying engineering, computer science, science, public policy, or business and economics.
Three key courses will develop understanding of baseline agriculture practices, the systems that it exists in and the global reality that influences it. Acquire this knowledge to supplement your degree and give yourself the capacity to engage in agricultural challeneges.
The following courses are on offer at ANU for undergraduate students.
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Sustainable Agricultural Systems ENVS2023
Agricultural Innovation ENVS3042
Ready to choose a Major?
For students in the ANU Bachelor of Environment and Sustainability or Bachelor of Science, the new Major in Agricultural Innovation is opening in 2021 (first classes for the major begin in Semester 2, 2021). With a major in Agricultural Innovation you will have the skills required to solve the complex challenges facing society.
Agricultural Innovation (Major)
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Take the next step
Enrol in the courses above as part of your degree.
To arrange a consultation and explore how Agricultural Innovation fits within your program, please contact: [email protected] or [email protected]