Bachelor of Agriculture component – students gain confidence in their ability to search for and find sources of information relevant to the discipline. Students will be able to identify, evaluate and implement personal learning strategies and study skills in pursuit of ongoing personal and professional development.
Bachelor of Laws component – this course equips students with the skills needed to ensure the ongoing currency of their legal knowledge, appreciate law as a tool for social justice, and have an understanding that law is a dynamic discipline.
The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree is accredited by the Legal Profession Admission Board of NSW. Graduates who wish to be admitted to practice as a solicitor, barrister or legal practitioner anywhere in Australia will also have to undertake a course of professional legal training (PLT). This can consist of approximately half a year’s full-time training, undertaken internally or externally, or of equivalent part-time training. In some jurisdictions, it may be possible to do articles of clerkship instead.
There are a range of employment options from which to choose. Graduates from this degree can expect employment in agricultural advisory fields in the public and private sector, management and consulting in the cropping and animal industries, agribusiness, primary production, landcare, soil conservation and natural resource management. This degree is a relevant degree for those wishing to become secondary school agriculture teachers.
Units Of Study:
12 weeks of practical experience in trimester breaks is required for the Bachelor of Agriculture component.
Eligibility Criteria :
A candidate shall be qualified for admission (see Admission Undergraduate and Postgraduate (Coursework) Rule and Admission Undergraduate and Postgraduate (Coursework) Procedures).
Assumed knowledge is any two units of English; any two units of Mathematics.
Recommended studies: Agriculture, Biology and/or Chemistry.