Bachelor of Business - Agribusiness

Marcus Oldham

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.

Entry Requirements:

Year 12 or equivalent; One year of industry experience before commencing formal studies; personal interview

Structure:

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.

Subjects you can Study:

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

Study Pathways:

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

Further information:

Local, interstate and international study tours.

Accepts International Students:

Yes

Provider CRICOS: 00306D

Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Geelong No info No Full time 3 years

As Australia’s only independent agricultural and equine business management college, Marcus Oldham offers students a unique educational experience.

Since 1962, Marcus Oldham has built an enviable reputation both nationally and internationally for preparing business leaders who pursue successful careers in the farming, agribusiness and equine management sectors. 

The difference with Marcus Oldham is its unique ability to develop the individual. Similar to the Harvard experience, the Marcus model of education is based on case study learning. With high student contact hours, small class sizes, excellent lecturers who skillfully deliver the theory with practical application, the education received by students at Marcus Oldham is second to none. 

Students of Marcus Oldham are all encouraged to have a number of years working in industry before attending the College. This exposure to industry means a more mature student committed to achieving better learning outcomes. 

During their study at the College, students will be exposed to experiential learning, case studies, practical examples and several tours both domestic and international. Students come from across Australia ensuring a truly enriching social and learning experience.

Being independent allows our courses to be developed in close consultation with the relevant industries and to incorporate new trends and technology into the teaching programs. Our emphasis is on business management which provides skills that are readily transferable across a wide range of careers, resulting in highly employable graduates who are at the leading edge of their chosen fields.



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