Associate Degree in Agricultural Production and Management

University of New England
Qualification: Associate Degree

The Associate Degree in Agricultural Production and Management aims to equip students with skills at a paraprofessional level.  Graduates will be able to integrate technology into production systems, be adaptive and creative in dealing with challenges in agriculture, and manage the administration for an agricultural enterprise. Career pathways include farm management, the agricultural supply industries and land management.

The Associate Degree in Agricultural Production and Management is only to be offered as an exit pathway from the Bachelor of Agricultural Production and Management. The major completed within the Bachelor of Agricultural Production and Management will also be applicable to the Associate Degree in Agricultural Production and Management.

Units Of Study:

Students will receive knowledge from lectures, practicals and course materials, and will be asked to find relevant knowledge in industry publications, technical texts and from primary sources. Students will also gain industry knowledge from work-based learning on actual enterprises where they apply farm management competencies. Knowledge will be assessed in examinations, quizzes, essays and reports.

Online Course: No
Funding Available: Yes

Eligibility Criteria :

The Associate Degree in Agricultural Production and Management is only to be offered as an exit pathway from the Bachelor of Agricultural Production and Management. The major completed within the Bachelor of Agricultural Production and Management will also be applicable to the Associate Degree in Agricultural Production and Management.

Subject to meeting Advanced Standing rules, candidates admitted to the Bachelor of Agricultural Production and Management who apply to discontinue their studies in the course may be eligible to exit with the Associate Degree in Agricultural Production and Managment upon completion of 96 credit points, comprising not more than 60 credit points at 100-level, at least 24 credit points at 200-level and at least 6 credit points at 300-level. Students must complete the 17 VET units from the AHC Training Package, as detailed in the program of study, to qualify for the Associate Degree in Agricultural Production and Management.

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