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Bachelor Of Agricultural Business Management

State ID: BABM

 

Course Details
Visit our main site page at http://www.centralregionaltafe.wa.edu.au/content/bachelor-agricultural-business-management for detailed information.
What is CSU's Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management?
The Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management at Charles Sturt University (CSU) is the first step towards becoming a business leader in the agricultural sector.  The course providea a specific focus on Agricultural businesses, where knowledge of supply and demand volativity at either end of the agrifood and fibre value chain is essential.  The course provides you with in-depth learning about agricultural production systems alongside business management, creating industry-ready graduates.
Course Overview
This course is delivered via Central Regional TAFE at the Muresk Campus based in Northam, Western Australia.  The course runs as two sessions over the calendar year.  Subjects will be delivered in block of two days over each 12 week session.  The timetable will allow the option to study part-time on campus and only attend classes when subjects are timetabled.  This will benefit individuals who travel long distances to attend face to face tuition on campus at the Muresk Institute.
Download the Course Structure Information here.  For comprehensive information about all aspects of this course see our main pages here.

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Entrance Requirements
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Your qualification prepares you for roles such as:

This Degree will provide you with a strong foundation in agribusiness and the skills and knowledge required for a caree in a range of agricultural industries.  Careers could include farm input advice and supply, farm management consultant, international marketing of farm produce, financial services and research and development.  Jobs are located in both rural and metropolitan areas in Australia and overseas.

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Course Overview

Where Northam
Duration

Blocks of two days over a 12 week session.

HowFace To Face (Class Room)
Flexible Delivery
Full-Time
WhenAvailable Semester 2, 2017
Fees and charges

Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Tuition costs are approximately $9280 per year with tuition fees can be deferred through the HECS system (costs are indicative for 2016 and subject to change in future years).

Visit the Muresk Institute Opens in a new window webpage to find out more about the accommodation fees.

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Course Overview

Where Northam
Duration

Blocks of two days over a 12 week session.

HowFace To Face (Class Room)
Flexible Delivery
Full-Time
WhenAvailable Semester 2, 2017
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This Degree will provide you with a strong foundation in agribusiness and the skills and knowledge required for a caree in a range of agricultural industries.  Careers could include farm input advice and supply, farm management consultant, international marketing of farm produce, financial services and research and development.  Jobs are located in both rural and metropolitan areas in Australia and overseas.

Further study opportunities:

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Please contact the college to receive an indicative price for this course.

Tuition costs are approximately $9280 per year with tuition fees can be deferred through the HECS system (costs are indicative for 2016 and subject to change in future years).

Visit the Muresk Institute Opens in a new window webpage to find out more about the accommodation fees.

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Charles Sturt University admits applicants who believe they can undertake the course with a reasonable prospect of success.  When determining your admission into this course the University considers your previous studies, other attainments and experience.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • ATAR 70 - (call to discuss if your ATAR is less than 70)
  • Principal's Recommendation Early Entry Scheme entry process for WA students
  • Certificate III with relevant experience (min 3-5 years in agriculture or in agribusiness) - please call to discuss
  • Certificate IV in Agribusiness (provides advanced credit)
  • A completed or part completed course of a University, College of Advanced Education or other accredited teriary institution
  • TAFE tertiary preparatory courses e.g. Diploma of General Studies, Certificate IV in Further Education or Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation
  • Single study subjects - Complete the following as proof of aptitude for teriary studies:
    • AHT101 Professional Skills in Agriculture and Horticulture - early communication skills
    • AGB110 Agricultural Economics - early maths and graphing skills
  • Special Tertiary Admisions Test (STAT)
    • STAT test is a method of entry for mature age students that provides you with an equivalent ATAR score
  • Special considerations can be assessed by Charles Sturt University
  • More information on entry requirements can be found on the Charles Sturt University website.
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If you have completed a Diploma or Advanced Diploma qualification with Central Regional TAFE, you may be able to obtain credits towards a degree at Geraldton Universities Centre (GUC), Charles Sturt University, Central Queensland University and the University of Southern Queensland.

In addition to the arrangements in place with specific Universities, a Diploma or Advanced Diploma qualification from us will enable you to gain direct entry into related undergraduate degree courses in most Universities throughout Australia. You may also be eligible to gain credits with other Universities on a case-by-case basis.

 

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Charles Sturt University admits applicants who believe they can undertake the course with a reasonable prospect of success.  When determining your admission into this course the University considers your previous studies, other attainments and experience.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • ATAR 70 - (call to discuss if your ATAR is less than 70)
  • Principal's Recommendation Early Entry Scheme entry process for WA students
  • Certificate III with relevant experience (min 3-5 years in agriculture or in agribusiness) - please call to discuss
  • Certificate IV in Agribusiness (provides advanced credit)
  • A completed or part completed course of a University, College of Advanced Education or other accredited teriary institution
  • TAFE tertiary preparatory courses e.g. Diploma of General Studies, Certificate IV in Further Education or Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation
  • Single study subjects - Complete the following as proof of aptitude for teriary studies:
    • AHT101 Professional Skills in Agriculture and Horticulture - early communication skills
    • AGB110 Agricultural Economics - early maths and graphing skills
  • Special Tertiary Admisions Test (STAT)
    • STAT test is a method of entry for mature age students that provides you with an equivalent ATAR score
  • Special considerations can be assessed by Charles Sturt University
  • More information on entry requirements can be found on the Charles Sturt University website.

Charles Sturt University admits applicants who believe they can undertake the course with a reasonable prospect of success.  When determining your admission into this course the University considers your previous studies, other attainments and experience.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • ATAR 70 - (call to discuss if your ATAR is less than 70)
  • Principal's Recommendation Early Entry Scheme entry process for WA students
  • Certificate III with relevant experience (min 3-5 years in agriculture or in agribusiness) - please call to discuss
  • Certificate IV in Agribusiness (provides advanced credit)
  • A completed or part completed course of a University, College of Advanced Education or other accredited teriary institution
  • TAFE tertiary preparatory courses e.g. Diploma of General Studies, Certificate IV in Further Education or Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation
  • Single study subjects - Complete the following as proof of aptitude for teriary studies:
    • AHT101 Professional Skills in Agriculture and Horticulture - early communication skills
    • AGB110 Agricultural Economics - early maths and graphing skills
  • Special Tertiary Admisions Test (STAT)
    • STAT test is a method of entry for mature age students that provides you with an equivalent ATAR score
  • Special considerations can be assessed by Charles Sturt University
  • More information on entry requirements can be found on the Charles Sturt University website.

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