Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The postgraduate program sets itself apart from other agribusiness courses through its dedicated agricultural focus, entrepreneurial content and advanced business knowledge - delivered by leading lecturers in Australian and international agribusiness. The courses are delivered online with study guides, text books, tutorial support from lecturers, library access, administrative assistance and discussion groups. Students can design a tailored study plan to include a combination of part-time or full-time study with the flexibility to choose the order in which units are taken. Intensive workshops are organised for some of the units so as to provide an opportunity to meet College staff, industry and business people and network with other postgraduate students. Students may exit the Master of Agribusiness with the nested awards of Graduate Diploma of Agribusiness or Graduate Certificate in Agribusiness.
Graduate Certificate of Agribusiness: 12 weeks full-time (2 years part-time). Graduate Diploma of Agribusiness: 1 year full-time (4 years part-time). Master of Agribusiness: 1.5 years full-time (6 years part-time).
Standard entry requirements
- Bachelor degree
- Or several years industry experience at a managerial and/or technical level
Students may graduate with the Graduate Certificate of Agribusiness or choose to continue their studies and complete an additional four units and obtain the Graduate Diploma of Agribusiness. A total of 12 units will complete studies for Master of Agribusiness.