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Bachelor of Agricultural Science

Undergraduate | CSU-ASC-DEG | 2024

Gain a deep understanding of agricultural systems and challenges

Start with a solid scientific foundation, then specialise with a major like digital agriculture. Use your internship to gain real-world experience and build connections. Study practical agriculture and get ready to shape the future of ag in Australia.

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Online & on-campus
100% online
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4 years full time or part time equivalent
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Bachelor of Agricultural Science

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Career opportunities

Are you ready to be part of a new era in agriculture with the Bachelor of Agricultural Science from Charles Sturt University? Global demand for agriproducts is continuously increasing and the industry needs professionals who are ready to rise to the challenge. With developing opportunities – new markets, emerging technologies, globalisation of trade, climate change and sustainability – agriculture has become an increasingly complex and sophisticated industry.

Did you know that there are currently four jobs in the agriculture sector for every graduate? And 40 per cent of those roles are actually in cities. So a career in ag can really take you places. 

Work in rural industry

Explore a range of careers, including agronomist, livestock/animal production specialist, farm manager, farm systems consultant or digital agriculture specialist.

Contribute to government organisations

Put your skills into practice as an educator, policy maker or advisory and technical consultant.

Move into research and communication

Immerse yourself in the latest industry developments as an agricultural researcher, extension officer, journalist or marketing professional.

Career outlook

Agricultural and Forestry Scientists:
$93K to $120K
Agricultural Consultants:
Over $120K
Agricultural Technicians:
Unknown average
Crop Farmers:
Unknown average
Policy and Planning Managers:
Over $120K

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