Bachelor of Business - Agribusiness

Marcus Oldham College

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00306D

Nested Diploma of Agribusiness - one year, and Associate Degree of Agribusiness - two years. Subjects include the compulsory Financial Management for Agribusiness and Integrated Management Studies, with electives from Sustainable Resource Management, Marketing, HRM and Business units.


The Diploma of Agribusiness - First Year (Full-time, on-campus) This will give graduates: Farm business administration business planning skills. Ability to produce and understand farm financial reports. Strong understanding of information technology and its uses in agriculture. Associate Degree of Agribusiness - Second Year (Full-time, on-campus) This will give graduates: Advanced agribusiness administration skills. An understanding of the whole industry and its supply chains. Greater depth of business planning and making decisions. Bachelor of Business (Agribusiness) - Third Year (flexible delivery) This will give graduates: Ability to specialise in areas of interest. Advanced business planning and its application.


  • Agricultural production and sustainable resource systems
  • Business management systems
  • Finance and planning
  • Human resource management
  • Marketing information
  • Management accounting
  • Tax and law

Standard entry requirements

  • Year 12 or equivalent
  • One year of industry experience before commencing formal studies
  • Personal interview

Study pathways

The Diploma and Associate Degree of Agribusiness are the first two years of the course and are exit points.

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Geelong No
  • Full-time : 3 years

Further information

Local, interstate and international study tours.

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