Discover the commercial world behind agriculture as you learn about the value chain that links producers with consumers in one of the leading agribusiness programs in the country.
- The Bachelor of Agribusiness will teach you about the commercial side of agriculture, both in Australia and internationally, as you cover the growing, processing, trading and financing of food and fibres.
- Study farming and agriculture, including management and sustainability of the agrifood value chain, which links producers with consumers. You will also sharpen your business acumen through courses in accounting, marketing and logistics.
- Put theory into practice through site visits, case studies and research projects. In your final year, you will undertake a major project working collaboratively within an agribusiness organisation as a member of a small team.
- Study at both St Lucia and Gatton. Courses at St Lucia are taught by the UQ Business School and courses at Gatton are taught by the School of Agriculture and Food Sciences. Both are ranked among the best in the world.
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Units Of Study:
- Accounting for Decision Making
- Food and Fibre Case Studies I
- Food & Fibre in the E-Landscape
- Food and Fibre Case Studies II
- Agribusiness Planning and Management
- Agricultural Economics
- Food and Fibre Case Studies III
- Agrifood Strategy & Competitiveness
- Investment Project Appraisal
- Introduction to Management
- Organisational Behaviour
- Introduction to Human Resource Management
- Sustainable Food Supply Chains
- Foundations of Marketing
- Applied Market Research
- Plant Production Principles and Technologies
- Australia's Bio-Physical Environment
- Food for a Healthy Planet
- Industry Placement
- Agronomy 2
- Pasture Science
- Agricultural and Resource Policy
- Precision Agriculture
- Animal Behaviour, Handling and Wellbeing
- Livestock Industries
- Ruminant Production Systems
- Sustainable Animal Systems
- Carbon & Energy Management
- Business Management in a Carbon Constrained World
- Sustainable Business Practice
- Systems Thinking
- Food Policy, Safety & Quality Management
- Horticultural Science
- Production Horticulture
- Export Marketing & Practices
- Working with Groups and Teams
- Managerial Skills & Communication
- Commodities, Futures and Options
- Introduction to Occupational Health & Safety
- Plant and Environmental Health
Eligibility Criteria :
OP 11 / 76 Rank (2017 requirements)