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Course results for University of Tasmania Science Degrees
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TAS-ACS-CTF | Undergraduate
A foundation in climate science with an Antarctic focus
Developed by climate experts, this course introduces students to global climate change. Exploring the future of the Antarctic Region, you’ll build an understanding of marine science and the laws of the oceans.
TAS-SFS-ADG | Undergraduate
Learn the science behind food and drink production
Want to create innovative products in the food and beverage space? This specialised course will give you the knowledge you need to excel in brewing, winemaking or food fermentation. You’ll study key areas like microbiology, chemistry and quality management.
TAS-FER-CTF | Undergraduate
Fermentation industry and science essentails
Get to know the fermentation industry and see where you might fit. You’ll learn about the equipment and activities that produce beer, cheese, and wine. Explore the science of fermented food and drink production. Think about careers in food and beverage.
TAS-USB-DIP | Undergraduate
A pathway to university study, with lots of support
If you know what you want to study, but need some help meeting entry requirements or getting up to speed with your academic skills, this Diploma is a great place to start. Learn how to write and think at a university level.
TAS-AGR-CTF | Undergraduate
Grow a profitable agriculture business
Prepare yourself for success in the business of agriculture. Get the skills you need to transform your passion for the land into a thriving agribusiness. Study the core of agriculture management and choose from electives including marketing.
TAS-AGR-ADG | Undergraduate
Get sustainable and profitable in your agriculture business
Enter the industry with confidence or fast track your path to leadership. Study essential business skills including people management, finances, and planning. Cover the principles of agriculture including crop production and soil management.